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Climate, Markets & Corporate People, Antonio Tajani (credit: European People's Party)

MEP seeks to use ETS fix to help industry

Carbon leakage provisions should be strengthened after 2020 to protect industrial competitiveness after the ETS is fixed, according to one of the EU lawmakers leading work on ETS reform

Waste & Resources Waste, recyclable materials (credit: WRAP)

Producer responsibility plan gets mixed support

The European Commission’s proposal to establish minimum requirements for extended producer responsibility schemes as part of the planned waste law update met with a mixed reaction from member states

Transport, Pollution & Nature Transport, London traffic (credit: Baloncici/123RF)

London plans ultra low emission zone

The London transport authority is consulting on a proposal to develop the world’s first 'ultra low emission zone' in central London

Chemicals, Markets & Corporate Chemicals, ECHA head office

ECHA mulls rule change for SME verification fines

The European Chemicals Agency may have to lower the fines it levies against companies that wrongly claim to be SMEs and thus benefit from lower administrative fees under REACH, after a court ruling

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Energy union plans

People, Maroš Šefcovic: (credit: Katarzyna Czerwinska/Senat Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej)

MEPs have approved Maroš Šefčovič as energy union commissioner following a European Parliament hearing on 20 October where he outlined his five-point plan for the role.

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