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23 April 2019

On the April 5th 2019, the sun started to shine again in Spain - though the weather forecast predicted rain. The Spanish Government passed new regulations on self-consumption of renewable energy, that could unleash a renewables bloom.

The regulations, contained in a Royal Decree, bring to an end a four-year hiatus during which the country of the sun installed zero new renewable capacity.

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18 April 2019

Friends of the Earth Europe’s director, Jagoda Munić, writes about the importance of voting in this year’s elections for the European Parliament (May 23-26) and the need for a dramatically different Europe that puts equality, solidarity, democracy, care for our environment and future generations, and social, environmental and economic justice its heart.

11 April 2019

EU Member States in the European Council have today agreed to start negotiating a new EU-US trade deal.

The talks were de facto approved despite promises by French President Macron and EU Trade Commissioner Malmström that the EU would not negotiate a trade agreement with countries that have not signed the Paris agreement on climate change.

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