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    • Climate,Energy,Products

    EU kettle standards years away, says official

    The European Commission may get to work this year on developing energy efficiency standards for electric kettles sold in the EU, but the process is ..
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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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    • Chemicals,Products

    MEPs call for overarching EDC criteria

    A cross-party group of MEPs has supported calls on the European Commission to broaden an EU-wide definition of endocrine-disrupting chemicals to cover all products and ..
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    • 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 ..
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    • Chemicals

    EU decaBDE restrictions to enter force

    New restrictions on the use of the toxic flame retardant decaBDE will apply from 2 March 2019, but campaigners questioned the extended exemption periods for ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Commission tables fourth version of EDC criteria

    The European Commission has removed a controversial derogation in draft criteria for endocrine disrupting chemicals in its latest bid to overcome member state opposition to ..
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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,Chemicals

    Used electronics to be excluded from EU chemicals law

    The European Commission has proposed to continue authorising the reselling of electronic equipment containing hazardous substances beyond 2019 to curb waste ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products

    UK urged to exceed the EU's green product standards

    The UK should adopt post-Brexit standards for resource efficient products that exceed those discussed in the EU, an alliance of sustainable business experts has urged ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products

    EU scientists expose gaps in food contact material rules

    The lack of EU legislation for certain food contact materials has led to “diverging” national rules with potential impacts on food safety and trade, European ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products,The EU's Circular Economy package,Packaging,Packaging

    MEPs set to vote for more ambition in circular economy

    An emerging deal among the European Parliament’s political groups on the circular economy package suggests higher recycling targets may survive next week’s vote ..
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    • 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 ..
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    • 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 ..
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    • 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, ..
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    • 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 ..
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