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    • Climate,Energy

    Lead MEP set to propose 35% renewables by 2030

    The European Parliament's lead MEP on the RED II renewable energy directive has called for a 35% renewables share by 2030 and binding national sub-targets ..
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    • Chemicals

    EU court backs ECHA’s treatment of toxic chemical

    The EU court has quashed a legal bid by manufacturer Polynt to stop a group of substances, known as HHPAs, from being potentially identified as ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    EU confirms biomass as substitute for energy savings

    Member states will be allowed to cancel some of the energy savings they need to deliver each year by switching to biomass, a leaked European ..
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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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    • Climate,Energy

    Eleven EU states already met 2020 renewables targets

    The EU sourced 16.7% of its final energy consumption from renewables in 2015, with 11 member states already exceeding their 2020 targets, data from the ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    IEA: Chatham House ‘misled’ over woody biomass

    A recent Chatham House report arguing against wood as a green energy source offered “flawed” advice to policymakers, the International Energy Agency said on Monday ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    30% renewables target a red line for lead MEP

    The European Parliament's lead negotiator in reforming the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive has said he will not countenance a 2030 renewables target below 30% ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    UK told ditching EU chemicals laws endangers health

    A decision to replace EU chemicals laws after Brexit could increase the exposure of the UK’s children to substances harming the brain, campaigners have warned ..
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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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    • Energy,Transport

    Dirty power clouds Dutch electric car leadership

    Dutch cities have helped to secure Europe’s global leadership in electric vehicles, but the country is struggling to decarbonise the power these use, according to ..
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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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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Products

    EU rules to green water piping deemed 'costly'

    The European Commission's plans to harmonise EU rules for materials in contact with drinking water could prove expensive and hard to monitor, an expert has ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    TiO2 producers win nano appeal against ECHA

    A demand for titanium dioxide (TiO2) registrants to supply further data on nanoforms of their products to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has been struck ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    ECHA recommends synthetic turf safety steps

    Artificial sports pitches made from recycled rubber pose “very low” health risks, but controls should nevertheless be tightened, the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has said. ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Leading Green confident of higher renewables goal

    The European Parliament will back higher 2030 renewables and energy efficiency targets, Green MEP Claude Turmes predicted on Wednesday. ..
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