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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Products,The EU's Circular Economy package

    Rules for green furniture purchases bring circular focus

    The new EU green public procurement criteria for furniture published by the European Commission this week aim to prolong product lifespans and minimise waste ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    EU consults on toxic chemical applications

    The European Chemicals Agency has launched public consultations on whether to allow six uses of five carcinogenic substances, including soon-to-be-banned chromium trioxide ..
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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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    • Climate,Transport

    Brussels approves Czech aid to car charging stations

    The European Commission has approved a Czech scheme granting €44.5 million in state aid to support the construction of refuelling and recharging stations for low-emission ..
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    • Climate,Transport

    EU reporting system launched to control shipping CO2

    A new system enabling large ships calling at EU ports to report their CO2 emissions was launched on Monday in a bid to reduce the ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    German transport emissions continue to rise

    Germany’s energy-related CO2 emissions have continued to rise this year, with the biggest contribution coming from transport, German think tanks said this week ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Brussels to assess adequacy of German diesel deal

    The European Commission will assess whether a deal between the German government and carmakers adequately responds to the car emissions scandal, a spokesperson said on ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    EIB halts loans to VW over emissions fraud finding

    The European Investment Bank has put on hold lending to Volkswagen after the EU’s anti-fraud watchdog concluded its investigation into whether EU loans contributed to ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    EU urged to reject call for increase in pollution limits

    Green groups have called on the EU environment commissioner Karmenu Vella to refuse requests from nine countries to retrospectively increase limits for three atmospheric pollutants ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    UK to end sales of petrol and diesel cars from 2040

    The UK has followed France in announcing plans to stop petrol, diesel and hybrid cars from being sold in the country after 2040 ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Brussels ‘looking into’ alleged cartel by carmakers

    The European Commission has confirmed it has received information and is looking into allegations of cartel activity by German car manufacturers that may involve conspiracy ..
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    • Transport,Pollution,Markets & Corporate

    Negotiators ‘confident’ of EU car-approval deal this year

    The MEP leading talks on the EU car type-approval reform believes a deal is possible this year, while questioning whether countries fully grasp the need ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    EU moves to regulate toxic food compound

    EU member states adopted on Wednesday new rules forcing companies to curb the presence of acrylamide in food, with plans in the pipeline to set ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Commission: Diesel bans ‘should follow’ EU criteria

    A leaked letter from the European Commission has put pressure on countries to act against renewed diesel emission irregularities, while cautioning against bans applied without ..
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