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    • Climate,Transport

    MEPs agree limited ETS long-haul flight exemption

    The European Parliament gave its overwhelming backing on Wednesday to extending until 2021 a “stop-the-clock” measure exempting airlines from paying for the CO2 emissions of ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    Scant detail on environment in ‘state of EU’ speech

    European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker restated the EU’s commitment to the Paris climate accord but made only passing mention of environment policy in his annual ..
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    • Energy

    Key MEP says abolishing priority dispatch 'premature'

    Abolishing priority dispatch for renewable power generators would be “premature” while wholesale power markets still show distortions, according to the environment committee's lead MEP ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Court puts ‘health first’ in Stuttgart’s car ban ruling

    The health of local residents must prevail over the rights of the vehicle owners affected by the traffic ban, according to a judgment by the ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Helcom’s green team zooms in on sustainable shipping

    Action on air quality, sewage treatment and financial instruments is needed to better protect the Baltic Sea, the first meeting of Helcom’s green team heard ..
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    • Transport,Markets & Corporate

    Manufacturers blamed for poor electric car sales

    A lack of options for consumers and low marketing spend are the reasons for poor European sales of electric vehicles, according to an analysis by ..
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    • Climate,General Policy

    Sweden bumps up green spend in 2018 budget

    The Swedish government will more than double what it spends on nature conservation and environment compared with the average for 2006-2014 ..
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    • Transport,Pollution,Nature

    Iceland eyes earlier shipping emissions curbs

    Restrictions on cruise ships’ emissions are being fast-tracked in Iceland after high concentrations of ultrafine particles and black carbon were detected in Reykjavik last week ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Cautious welcome greets post-dieselgate test overhaul

    The entry into force of two new EU vehicle tests is a welcome step but will not tackle on its own the illegal diesel emissions ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    Commission pressured over conservation shortcomings

    The bloc will fail to halt biodiversity loss unless Brussels proposes concrete policies to plug financing gaps, according to MEPs and the European Economic and ..
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    • Transport,Waste & Resources,Pollution

    New timetable for car lead exemptions nears adoption

    The presence of lead in vehicle parts will still be allowed in the EU over the next two to seven years under European Commission proposals ..
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    • Climate,Transport

    Iceland aims to double carbon tax in 2018

    Iceland’s finance minister Benedikt Johannesson announced on 23 August plans to double carbon tax levels in the Nordic state as part of next year’s budget ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    German minister: Proposed diesel fix will fall short

    German policymakers have urged the car industry to help boost uptake of clean vehicles after finding measures touted so far would only have a minor ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    EU urged to consider e-boats to clean up coastal fleets

    Campaigners have called on Brussels to support the electrification of EU coastal fishing boats after a study showed batteries could halve the environmental footprint of ..
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    • Transport,Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Ship recycling licence postponed

    Brussels has ruled out tabling proposals for a licence scheme to boost clean ship recycling, planning to first focus on a new list of mandatory ..
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