Fuente: EEA, https://www.eea.europa.eu

Publicado 27 de mayo 2021

EEA’s latest annual environmental performance report shows lower impacts on environment due to the pandemic

The European Environment Agency’s (EEA) latest environmental performance evaluation, published on 27 May, shows that the Agency’s work and operations in 2020 led to considerably lower impacts on the environment due mostly to restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published 27 May 2021   Last modified 27 May 2021

«The evaluation showed substantially lower consumption of electricity, paper and lower CO2 emissions from business travel and meetings, keeping the EEA on track to achieve its internal environmental targets for 2020. Specific targets include efforts to maintain zero growth in electricity consumption, to cut paper printing by 10 % and a 3 % reduction in emissions for staff and visitors’ travel (based on the 5-year rolling average for 2015-2019). Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the EEA temporarily stopped almost all business travel and physical meetings at the EEA’s premises as of March 2020 and most of its staff worked from home.    (…)»

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