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    • Markets & Corporate,Nature

    EU ‘must block Bayer-Monsanto merger’

    The planned takeover of the US agrichemical firm Monsanto by German multinational Bayer is "incompatible with EU competition law" ..
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    • Chemicals,Markets & Corporate,Nature

    Industrial food and farming ‘costing lives’

    Inadequate diets and environmental impacts resulting from modern food systems are making people sick and costing billions, a report has warned ..
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    • Markets & Corporate,Nature

    EU executive signals support for agri biotech

    Science and progress should prevail when dealing with advanced plant breeding technologies, health and food safety commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis has said ..
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    • Markets & Corporate,Nature

    Green campaigners make case for new GMO class

    European Greens and NGOs want plants produced by new techniques that enable targeted genome mutations to be classified as genetically modified organisms ..
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    • Climate,Markets & Corporate,Nature

    Poor policy support hinders corporate action on deforestation

    The number of corporate firms making commitments to prevent deforestation in their supply chains has accelerated but a lack of policy support is preventing real ..
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    • General Policy,Markets & Corporate,Nature

    CETA approaches legislative finish line

    The international trade committee for the European Parliament has agreed to vote on the EU-Canada trade agreement on 5 December this year, a step that ..
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    • Energy,Pollution,Nature

    UK minister green lights fracking in Lancashire

    A UK energy production firm has won its battle to resume fracking for shale gas in Lancashire after a government minister overturned a previous decision ..
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    • General Policy,Markets & Corporate,Nature,Brexit and the EU

    Existing EU law to be retained via Brexit repeal bill

    Existing EU environmental law will be retained as part of the Brexit process, UK prime minister Theresa May has confirmed, but could be repealed in ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Vote scheduled for glyphosate licence extension

    The European Commission has proposed an 18-month temporary licence for the herbicide glyphosate after member states failed to agree on a nine-year renewal in May ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Products,Nature

    Glyphosate meeting ends in stalemate

    Member states have postponed a vote on whether to renew the licence for widely used herbicide glyphosate because no qualified majority could be reached ..
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