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    • Climate,Energy,Waste & Resources

    How silicones built the construction revolution

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    Ultra-high skyscrapers have only been made possible in very recent years thanks to impressive advances in modern technology. So, how do tall buildings withstand extreme ..
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    • Products,Nature

    Dutch plan to exempt new plant strains from GMO rules

    The Netherlands has proposed to amend the EU law on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to exempt plants produced using an array of new breeding techniques ..
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    • Nature

    Commission asks court to fine Poland for illegal logging

    The European Commission has requested the EU court to impose financial penalties on Poland if it does not comply with an order to halt logging ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    EU court finds Greece in breach of wastewater laws

    Greece has failed to abide by a 1991 EU Directive on the treatment of urban wastewater, the EU Court of Justice ruled on Thursday, ordering ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    EU court rules against Italian GM ban

    EU governments may only use emergency powers to ban genetically modified food when there is an evident serious risk to health or the environment, the ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Nature

    Investment needs in drinking water 'substantial'

    Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania will need to commit some €6bn by 2020 to improve access to quality water supplies and to comply with EU drinking ..
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    • Waste & Resources,The EU's Circular Economy package,Packaging

    Plastics recycling: closing the value chain

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    • Waste & Resources,Products,The EU's Circular Economy package

    ICT trade group slams EU’s repairability approach

    The EU needs to review its approach to the reuse, repair and refurbishment of ICT products, an industry association has said ..
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    • Nature,Brexit and the EU

    UK farm biodiversity at risk from Brexit

    UK farmers may not “feel able” to focus on environmental improvements after Brexit due to concerns on the future of their businesses, a report has ..
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    • Transport,Pollution,Nature

    Iceland eyes earlier shipping emissions curbs

    Restrictions on cruise ships’ emissions are being fast-tracked in Iceland after high concentrations of ultrafine particles and black carbon were detected in Reykjavik last week ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    Commission pressured over conservation shortcomings

    The bloc will fail to halt biodiversity loss unless Brussels proposes concrete policies to plug financing gaps, according to MEPs and the European Economic and ..
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    • Transport,Waste & Resources,Pollution

    New timetable for car lead exemptions nears adoption

    The presence of lead in vehicle parts will still be allowed in the EU over the next two to seven years under European Commission proposals ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Products,The EU's Circular Economy package

    Rules for green furniture purchases bring circular focus

    The new EU green public procurement criteria for furniture published by the European Commission this week aim to prolong product lifespans and minimise waste ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Global talks set 2020 deadline for sea mining rulebook

    World countries have agreed to finalise by 2020 new rules for mining in seabed areas beyond national jurisdiction, triggering NGO calls for a more transparent ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Nature

    Pesticide poses ‘extinction risk’ to bumblebees

    Researchers have found that exposure to the neonicotinoid pesticide thiamethoxam can prevent the creation of new bumblebee colonies, warning of a heightened risk of population ..
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