15 December 2020
An 11-country survey that contrasts mobility habits before COVID-19 with October 2020 shows that people expect to prefer individual forms of transport (bike, car) and more local travel after the pandemic.
09 December 2020
The success of the EU’s promising mobility strategy, unveiled today, will depend on legislative follow-up that should make it easier to travel from A to B in a sustainable manner.
01 December 2020
Here is some good news for increasingly eco-conscious European consumers: the EU just made the Ecolabel more ambitious for electronic displays and stationery and printed paper. It means that the flower logo will signpost TV sets, computer monitors, notepads, books and envelopes that go the extra mile to respect the environment. How exactly?
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Consumers are increasingly willing to buy sustainable products, especially energy-efficient ones, in order to minimise their impact on the environment. All too often though, confusing information and a great variety of industry claims make this difficult. What makes it even more complicated is the lack of enough sustainable products in EU shops and that they are barely identifiable.
- Improve the sustainability of products by reducing their impact on the environment
- Give consumers the possibility to make informed and sustainable choices between different products using independent and verified labels (such as the Ecolabel). Unsustainable products to be taken off the market
- Reduce the carbon footprint of transport in Europe while ensuring consumers benefit from improved information and cost reductions