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EU to assess glyphosate cancer claim

EU scientists will assess UN cancer experts’ finding that the world’s most widely used herbicide, glyphosate, is probably carcinogenic to humans

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EC seeks views on pollution register

The European Commissions is consulting on the effectiveness and efficiency of the European pollution register as part of its regulatory fitness check programme

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Brussels reports EDC consultation results

The EU consultation on rules for identifying endocrine disrupting chemicals demonstrated support for a risk-based approach among many interest groups but not among the majority of respondents

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CCS ‘can compete with wind’

The international carbon capture and storage lobby has argued that the technology is a cost competitive means of cutting emissions in the long term

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EC set to rule out biocide sustainability law

Brussels looks set to rule out extending EU legislation on the sustainable use of pesticides to biocides or creating an ecolabel to promote environmentally friendly biocides

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Biodiversity Protection

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At a meeting in Brussels on 12 May, EU environment ministers discussed the importance of integrating biodiversity protection into other policy areas.

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