Road accidents are a major health problem, both globally and in Europe. They are also a cause of severe economic losses. The EIB has long promoted EU road safety best practices through investment in safer roads and the design of safer vehicles.
The carbon footprint report helps our management, staff and other stakeholders to gain a better understanding of our impact on climate change resulting from our internal operations. Detailed analysis of the different activities and their emissions allows key decision makers at the Bank to measure the impacts of carbon abatement activities and identify areas where further improvements could be made.
The Danube Region is home to more than 115 million people. The Danube's catchment area is shared by nine EU Member States and five non-EU countries. The part of the region located within the European Union makes up one fifth of the EU's territory and the region's economy, competitiveness and well-being are intricately linked to that of the Union as a whole.
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