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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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    • Climate,Energy

    EU court tells ArcelorMittal to return ETS allowances

    Luxembourg can recoup unused EU emission allowances it issued to steel producer ArcelorMittal for a closed plant, the EU court ruled on Wednesday ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Brexit and the EU

    UK chancellor hints at exit from EU ETS after Brexit

    The UK chancellor’s Spring Budget suggested on Wednesday that the country may not remain in the EU emissions trading scheme after it leaves the bloc ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    France wants leeway to choose renewables technologies

    Several countries dispute the EU view that renewable energy tenders should not favour specific forms of generation, a French diplomat has said ..
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    • Climate,Transport

    MEP urges improved global deal on aviation emissions

    The EU should accept intercontinental flights cannot be brought into its EU’s emissions trading system and push for a better global scheme, MEP Peter Liese ..
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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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    • Climate,Energy

    EU ministerial deal on EU ETS reform welcomed

    Stakeholders have generally welcomed a common position on rule changes to the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) reached by environment ministers on Tuesday ..
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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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    • Climate,Energy

    Council inching towards a deal on EU ETS reform

    EU environment ministers were still on the brink of an agreement on reforming the EU Emission Trading System at 6pm CET Tuesday. ..
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    • Climate,Transport,Pollution

    Investors warned over climate risk to shipping assets

    Banks holding $400bn of shipping debt could lose out unless investments are planned now to adapt vessels for future climate policies, researchers have warned ..
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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

    Indirect ETS costs back in Council debate

    The Maltese EU presidency has proposed to boost the transparency of national schemes to compensate industry for indirect carbon costs as part of the reform of ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Parliament votes down ETS reform ambition

    MEPs rejected on Wednesday key parts of a political deal increasing CO2 cuts under the reformed EU emissions trading scheme, including a tighter emissions cap ..
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