News - Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
53 news items of Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
More international cooperation on North Sea arrangements
Today, countries around the North Sea have agreed to use and protect this sea more efficiently. Until now, countries mainly ...
Caribbean region and the Netherlands to join forces to deal more effectively with climate change
The Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management, Mark Harbers, has invited the countries of the Caribbean region to take part ...
COP27: United States and Ukraine become signatories to agreement to increase numbers of zero-emission heavy road transport vehicles
Ten more countries have given their support to a Dutch initiative for cleaner heavy road transport vehicles like buses and ...
Dutch COP initiative for more cycling worldwide
The Netherlands hopes to see 10,000 cycling experts trained and deployed in countries worldwide over the next decade. This will ...
Dutch expertise on EV charging goes to California
Charging electric cars needs to become easier, safer and smarter. Dutch environment minister Vivianne Heijnen and Yana Garcia ...
Heijnen at the G20: reuse key to preventing plastic soup
Recycling alone is not enough to combat plastic pollution and plastic soup. Worldwide, we need to focus more strongly on reusing ...
Government shifts cycling to a higher gear
Cycling is healthy, clean and cheap. And the more people who cycle, the more society benefits too. That’s why the government will ...
Your car or navigation system will increase road safety
The Netherlands is set to become the first European country where your car or navigation system will warn you of an approaching ...
Government limits flight movements at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport has an extensive international route network that connects the Netherlands to the world. The airport ...
Future of humankind needs bold economic thinking and new governance on water
The newly launched Global Commission on the Economics of Water will redefine the way we value and govern water. It will present ...