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    • Energy,Nature

    UN calls for suspension of Hinkley Point C works

    A UN committee has called for construction works on the UK’s controversial Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant to be halted pending consultation with neighbouring ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    EU to draw up pollutant caps for chemical waste gas

    The European Commission has begun work to set new binding limits on pollutants in waste gas from chemical plants, with a first draft expected late ..
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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 ..
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    • 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 ..
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    • Pollution,General Policy,Nature

    MEP calls for state liability for environmental damage

    EU legislation should be revised to require member states to take on subsidiary liability for damage to the environment, an MEP has proposed ..
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    • 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 ..
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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,Pollution

    Chemical plants' emissions continue to divide

    Industry and NGOs remain divided over the level of proposed emission limits for industrial installations under new EU standards on large-volume organic chemicals ..
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    • Pollution

    Commission backs UK's right to influence emission standards

    The European Commission has defended the UK’s right to negotiate draft EU limits on industrial emissions even if these may be implemented after the country’s departure ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Commission rejects MEP calls to ban cyanide in mining

    The European Commission has rejected fresh calls for a full EU-wide ban on cyanide-based mining technologies, arguing that current restrictions in EU law are sufficient ..
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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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    • Climate,Pollution,Nature

    Consumption tax ‘could tackle’ environmental problems

    Taxing consumption instead of employment would help tackle the world’s biggest environmental problems, including climate change, resource depletion and pollution, according to a study ..
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