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In 2012, the EU released the Communication, “Innovating for Sustainable Growth: A Bioeconomy for Europe”, which is now in the process of being updated. The bioeconomy is an increasing part of the environmental narrative as it includes agriculture, forestry, fisheries and the products provided by these sectors. NGOs, scientists and policy-makers are therefore raising questions about the true potential of a ‘bioeconomy’, as well as the risks and trade-offs, in the context of long-term climate goals.

Available in English


Alongside Rethink Plastic & #breakfreefromplastic, we called on the European Parliament to be at the vanguard of tackling plastic pollution and vote to close the tap of single-use plastic. Read our joint letter!

Available in: English


The Circular Economy legislation creates an opportunity to be either seized or missed for a long time, and it is key that the Cohesion Fund supports this transition. Read our policy briefing!

Available in: English


In November 2016, Freiburg decided to stop the flood of disposable coffee cups.

Less than two years later, Freiburg has proven how a mid-size city can push for alternatives to the throw-away society and define the political agenda.

Available in: English and French. Other languages coming soon!


 

Burning waste in cement kilns is a widespread practice, but what impact does it have on citizens’ health and the environment?

The case of Salonit Anhovo, a cement plant co-incinerating waste in Western Slovenia, shows how hazardous emissions from burning waste are affecting an already heavily impacted community.

Available in: English.


An ambitious set of taxes designed to influence both producer and consumer behaviour can help Europe curb plastic pollution by encouraging both plastic reduction and greater recycling. ZWE & the Rethink Plastic alliance make the case for taxing plastics.

Available in English.


While disposable sanitary products come at a high cost for women and the environment, but a better solutions exist!

#breakfreefromplastic made an infographic on how reusable and toxic-free alternatives will make women's lives better while protecting the environment for all.

Available in English.


Beyond representing a major source of plastic pollution, disposable menstrual products come at a high cost for women, in terms of both budget and health hazard.

Zero Waste Europe calls on policy makers to ensure that women have access to toxic-free, reusable alternatives.

Available in English.


Burning waste in cement kilns is a widespread practice, but what impact does it have on citizens’ health and the environment?

The case of the Lafarge Trbovlje cement plant highlights a number of controversial issues in the area of waste incineration and co-incineration.

Available in English.

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