The electric scooters have become a common sight in Belgium’s larger cities this year.
Brussels Airport will begin in 2021 to increase airport taxes on planes that emit more carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrous oxide (NOx), CEO Arnaud Feist said in an interview with De Standaard.
Nine out of ten of the companies in Flanders which are the heaviest consumers of water have no back-up plan to deal with an impending drought, according to a study carried out by the Flemish chamber of commerce Voka.

Wallonia finalises bill on dog breeding

Monday, 29 April 2019 17:55
A bill regulating dog breeding in Wallonia has been finalised and is expected to be approved by the region’s government next week, Minister for Animal Welfare Carlo Di Antonio said on Monday.
Lime, one of the main providers of shared electric scooters in Brussels, has launched a code of good conduct for users, in conjunction with Vias, the institute for road safety.

Studio 100 announces record results

Saturday, 27 April 2019 14:25
Studio 100, the multi-media entertainment company run by TV star Gert Verhulst and business partner Hans Bourlon, has announced record results for the year 2018.
Belgian electronic bike start-up Cowboy is going international after announcing plans to target the Dutch, French and German markets, it announced on Friday.
The Belgian airspace will be closed from 1:30 to 4:30 AM Friday morning because of several air traffic controllers being on sick leave, air traffic control company Skeyes announced on Thursday morning.
The Flemish government has warned of problems on the roads around Antwerp from next month, as works on the Oosterweel connection on the Antwerp Ring start for real.
Car manufacturers in Belgium could get a 500 million euro fine if they don’t meet European CO2 emission targets by 2021.