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    • Chemicals,Nature

    EU plans full ban on bee-harming pesticides

    The European Commission is proposing to ban across the whole EU the use of three neonicotinoids that have been found to harm bees, limiting their ..
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    • Climate,General Policy,Brexit and the EU

    Barnier warns UK against environmental 'dumping'

    Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has warned the UK against environmental “dumping” if it wants to gain good access to the EU’s single ..
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    • Energy,Nature

    MEPs demand ban on biofuels driving deforestation

    MEPs have called on the EU to phase out the use of vegetable oils in biofuels driving deforestation “preferably by 2020” and to set its ..
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    • Nature

    EU to issue Poland with ultimatum over illegal logging

    The European Commission is turning up the pressure on Poland after it ignored calls to cease logging operations in the protected Białowieża forest, EU environment ..
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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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  • France eyes world’s largest marine area

    France is planning to create the world’s largest marine protected area across its overseas territories, the country’s environment ministry said on Friday ..
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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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    • Nature

    Poland ignores calls to end logging in protected forest

    Environmental groups have called on the EU to intervene as the Polish government disregards calls to stop logging in one of Europe's last remaining areas ..
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    • Nature

    Commission to reconsider Natura 2000 funding

    Brussels will consider new indicators to measure whether EU funds for Natura 2000 sites improve conservation after EU auditors found fault with countries’ management of ..
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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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    • Products,General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    Parliament's approval paves way for CETA to enter force

    The European Parliament rubberstamped the controversial EU-Canada trade agreement CETA on Wednesday, with environmental groups turning their fire on national parliaments ..
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    • Nature

    UNESCO nature sites under increasing pressure – study

    Two-thirds of UN natural heritage sites are under increased threat from human activities, while the situation in Europe has improved, a new study co-authored by ..
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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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    • Nature

    Governments accused of flouting EU nature rules

    Europe is losing biodiversity at an “alarming rate” due to national failures to fully implement EU nature protection rules, environmental organisation WWF has warned ..
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    • Pollution,Nature

    Brussels asked to investigate Spanish uranium mine

    Environmental group WWF has asked the European Commission to investigate whether authorisation given to a Spanish uranium mining project threatens endangered species in a protected ..
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