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    Commission told to link CAP payments to water law

    The European Commission faced calls to ensure that farmers comply with EU water and pesticide laws in return for subsidies as ministers met to discuss ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Products

    ECHA taken to court over BPA classification

    PlasticsEurope has challenged the decision by the European Chemicals Agency to classify compound bisphenol-A as reprotoxic, paving the way for restrictions ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Sweden targets consumer glyphosate use

    Swedish chemicals agency Kemi outlined plans on Monday to ban the use of risky pesticides, including glyphosate, by consumers within two years ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Opposition builds to proposed neonicotinoids ban

    The European Commission’s recent proposal for a stricter EU-wide ban on neonicotinoids is being contested by both member states and MEPs, according to sources ..
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    • Chemicals,Products,Nature

    MEPs question Brussels’ optimism with organic talks

    MEPs have disputed the European Commission’s claim that EU talks on a new organic farming law have resolved most sticking points, citing concerns over rules ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Brussels seeks 10-year extension for glyphosate

    The European Commission confirmed on Wednesday that it has accepted a proposal from EU health commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis to extend the approval of the herbicide ..
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    • Transport,Chemicals,Pollution

    EU cars and vans drive diesel death toll

    The EU has the world’s second highest death toll caused by nitrogen oxide emissions from diesel as its policies have failed to tackle emissions from ..
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    • Chemicals

    ECHA official defends glyphosate findings

    The European Chemicals Agency had access to much more data when it concluded that the herbicide glyphosate was not carcinogenic, contradicting an earlier WHO study, ..
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    German agency calls for EU action on mobile chemicals

    The German environment agency UBA has suggested making the ability of a chemical to travel through water a key criterion in classifying substances as hazardous ..
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    Global decaBDE ban adopted with aircraft exemptions

    Countries have this week approved a global ban on flame retardant decaBDE, which covers recycled materials but controversially exempts aircraft parts following an EU proposal ..
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    Post-Brexit uncertainty over REACH ‘could cost jobs’

    Ongoing lack of clarity on chemical industry regulation after Brexit could be costly for the UK’s balance of trade, British MPs have warned ..
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    • Chemicals

    MEPs seek to scare Bayer off Monsanto acquisition

    Bayer would be making a “terrible mistake” if it were to go ahead with its planned acquisition of the US agrochemicals firm Monsanto, MEPs have ..
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    Commission taken to court over construction standards

    Germany has brought legal action against the European Commission over poor implementation of construction standards, which it claims puts environmental protection at risk ..
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    • Chemicals

    MEPs poised to launch inquiry over glyphosate

    Socialist MEPs are “confident” of receiving the necessary backing for a parliamentary inquiry after the European Commission rejected calls for action over the EU approval ..
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    ECHA concerned over lack of data on risky chemicals

    Identifying potentially dangerous substances is becoming increasingly difficult due to a lack of information on how they are used and their potential hazards, the European ..
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