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    • Chemicals,Nature

    ECHA: Glyphosate does not cause cancer

    The herbicide glyphosate should not be classified as carcinogenic in the EU, the European Chemicals Agency has concluded months ahead of a potential 15-year renewal ..
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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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    • Chemicals,Nature

    UN advisor calls for global pesticides treaty

    The world needs a comprehensive global treaty against toxic pesticides as existing rules are failing to counter industry’s “extraordinary power”, a UN advisor has said ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Nature

    MEP calls for stronger land-use climate efforts

    EU governments should take on stricter accounting rules for land use greenhouse gas emissions and set long-term targets for net carbon removals, an MEP has ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Nature

    Commission stands by draft cadmium limits

    A European Commission official has rejected an MEP’s call to soften proposed restrictions on cadmium in phosphate fertilisers ..
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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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    • Pollution,Nature

    Pig, poultry farms face new EU ammonia limits

    Intensive pig and poultry farms face restrictions on ammonia emissions for the first time under new EU limits published on Tuesday, but much is left ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    EU energy consumption below 1990 levels

    The EU’s energy consumption was 2.5% below 1990 levels in 2015, while reliance on fossil fuel imports jumped by a fifth in the same period, ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Commission tables voting reform on GMO approvals

    The European Commission has proposed new voting rules to force countries to take a stand on controversial approvals for pesticides and genetically modified organisms ..
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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,Nature

    Commission promises MEPs guidance on pesticide ban

    The European Commission has told MEPs rejecting its proposal to fully ban pesticides across ecological focus areas that it will provide member states guidance on ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    Battle lines emerging as CAP reform gets under way

    Linking payments to farmers to specific environmental goals is likely to prove a contentious point in the EU's efforts to reform its agricultural policy, a ..
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    • Products,Nature

    Greening to be a major component of next CAP reform

    Greening will be the second major focus in the next reform of the Common Agriculture Policy after resolving budget issues due to Brexit, a senior ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Wind power overtakes coal in Europe

    Wind energy overtook coal as the second largest source of power in the EU last year, making up just over half of all new installed ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Lawyers warn EU high-sulphur fuel exports are illegal

    The Netherlands and Belgium should end high-sulphur fuel exports to African countries as these breach international treaties and human rights conventions, environmental lawyers have said ..
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