New construction projects have stopped, the Formula 1 race at Zandvoort is struggling with problems and the construction of wind farms is not likely to continue. The nitrogen ruling of the Council of State (RvS) has major consequences and raises many questions. What would you like to know about this file?

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Natura 2000 sites may only be built in the vicinity of protected nature, if measures are taken to prevent nitrogen emissions from increasing. Nitrogen is harmful to biodiversity.

The Nitrogen Approach Program (PAS), introduced in 2015, allows measures to be taken to keep emissions under control. This means that when constructing a motorway, for example, an advance can be taken on measures to reduce nitrogen

The RvS has now put a line through the PAS. The prior permission is contrary to European legislation and is no longer allowed, the highest administrative court ruled.

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