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    • Waste & Resources

    Industry at odds over EU water reuse approach

    The water industry has called for binding EU legislation to set standards for reused water, while the agriculture sector insists on a more flexible approach ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Spain to impose fees on plastic bags

    Spain will impose minimum prices for plastic bags and ban the sale of lightweight oxo-degradable bags from 2018 under a law drafted by its agriculture ..
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    • Chemicals,Products,Nature

    Neonicotinoid use continues despite ban - analysis

    EU countries are sidestepping an EU ban on bee-harming neonicotinoids, green groups claimed this week, as chemical companies appear in the EU court seeking an ..
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    • Nature

    UNESCO nature sites under increasing pressure – study

    Two-thirds of UN natural heritage sites are under increased threat from human activities, while the situation in Europe has improved, a new study co-authored by ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Commission tables voting reform on GMO approvals

    The European Commission has proposed new voting rules to force countries to take a stand on controversial approvals for pesticides and genetically modified organisms ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Commission promises MEPs guidance on pesticide ban

    The European Commission has told MEPs rejecting its proposal to fully ban pesticides across ecological focus areas that it will provide member states guidance on ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    Battle lines emerging as CAP reform gets under way

    Linking payments to farmers to specific environmental goals is likely to prove a contentious point in the EU's efforts to reform its agricultural policy, a ..
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    • Products,Nature

    Greening to be a major component of next CAP reform

    Greening will be the second major focus in the next reform of the Common Agriculture Policy after resolving budget issues due to Brexit, a senior ..
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    • Nature

    Governments accused of flouting EU nature rules

    Europe is losing biodiversity at an “alarming rate” due to national failures to fully implement EU nature protection rules, environmental organisation WWF has warned ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Three-year extension approved for neonicotinoid

    The European Commission has authorised pesticide imidacloprid to be placed on the EU market for another three years while considering a full ban on the ..
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    • Pollution,Nature

    Brussels asked to investigate Spanish uranium mine

    Environmental group WWF has asked the European Commission to investigate whether authorisation given to a Spanish uranium mining project threatens endangered species in a protected ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution,General Policy

    Ethanol included in food industry pollution guidance

    EU guidance on emission control techniques for the food, drink and milk industries will be amended to include the ethanol sector, a draft proposal released ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products

    MEPs seek greater focus on product durability

    The European Commission should facilitate the replacement of batteries to promote repairable and durable products, an MEP in the European Parliament’s environment committee has recommended ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution,Nature

    Brussels finds gaps in waste, air quality law compliance

    The implementation of EU laws on waste management and air quality continue to pose problems for member states, the European Commission said on Monday ..
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    • Transport,Waste & Resources

    EU ship recycling licence ‘needed’ to fight dumping

    Greece and Germany were the world’s “worst dumpers” of ships on south-east Asian beaches last year, according to campaigners calling for mandatory recycling licences for ..
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