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    • Chemicals,Nature

    MEPs told to leave green farming out of budget debate

    Attempts to change agricultural greening rules under a broader EU budget review could delay the process and weaken environmental obligations, the European Commission has told ..
    News
    • Transport,General Policy

    Sweden under fire over planned aviation levy

    A Swedish climate levy on air passengers being considered by the government would hurt the economy and interfere with international action on aviation emissions, the aviation ..
    News
    • General Policy

    Brussels urges countries to tap into green taxes

    The European Commission has urged EU countries to exploit the potential of bolstering national post-crisis finances by shifting taxation to polluting sectors such as diesel ..
    News
    • General Policy

    France flags CETA concerns ahead of approval

    Investors should not be allowed to challenge national environmental policies through special courts under a free trade agreement with Canada, a French government report has ..
    News
    • Climate,Energy

    Sweden plans renewable energy production boost by 2040

    A roadmap to help Sweden achieve “100% renewable energy production by 2040” has been laid out by the country’s parliamentary energy commission ..
    Comment
    • Climate,General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    Church of England launches low-carbon investment ranking

    The Church of England has launched an international ranking tool to assess how the transition to a low-carbon economy will affect investment portfolios ..
    News
    • Energy,General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    Lower investment costs cannot deliver renewables alone

    Although it has become cheaper to invest in solar and wind power over the last two years, this has not automatically translated into greater deployment, ..
    News
    • General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    France to launch national green label in March

    The French government’s environment ministry will roll out a voluntary ecolabel in March this year to help consumers identify greener products ..
    News
    • Climate,Energy

    Spanish subsidies prop up ‘outdated’ coal and gas – research

    Spain could “save billions” by phasing out unprofitable power plants and redirecting the €1bn it spends every year on capacity payment subsidies, which are mainly ..
    News
    • Climate,General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    Council agrees revised EFSI proposals to ‘strengthen climate actions’

    European Commission proposals to extend the European fund for strategic investments until 2020 and to increase its capacity to at least half a trillion euros have ..
    News
    • Energy,General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    EU inquiry finds capacity mechanisms are incorrectly targeted

    Capacity mechanisms introduced in EU countries often fail to tackle their specific energy supply problem despite rewarding electricity providers to help achieve it, the European Commission said on ..
    News
    • Climate,COP21: climate crunch

    A global CO2 price 'unlikely' to change food, materials consumption

    A global carbon price is unlikely to cause major shifts in consumption patterns between materials, food and services, consultants at Ecofys and the Generation Foundation ..
    News
    • Climate,Nature

    LIFE Programme to get 6.7% funding boost

    Proposals from the European Commission to increase the budget for the LIFE Programme to €493m in 2017, up 6.7% from €462m in 2016, have been backed ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,General Policy,The EU's Circular Economy package

    EEA: Pay-as-you-throw schemes are ‘effective’

    Pay-as-you-throw schemes have been “effective” in driving higher recycling rates in EU member states, the European Environmental Agency said on Monday ..
    News
    • Energy

    Industry urges reform of Swedish renewables support

    Sweden’s bioenergy industry has called on government to reform the country’s renewable electricity support scheme to favour "steerable" power sources that can made be available ..
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