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    • Climate,Energy

    Leaked paper reveals extent of hot air in forest law

    EU member states have earned themselves credits worth millions of tonnes of carbon by overstating logging plans while lobbying for more, a leaked EU paper ..
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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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    • 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,Nature

    NGO says Finland fudging impact of increased logging

    Finland plans to use a “complex accounting system” to hide the impact of massively increased logging on its net CO2 emissions, a report by NGO ..
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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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    • 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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    • 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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    • Transport,Pollution

    Court ruling brings Munich diesel ban closer

    The Bavarian state authorities must now draft a ban on diesel vehicles in Munich after a ruling by the Bavarian Administrative Court ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    MEPs back higher RED II target as talks start

    MEPs in the European Parliament's industry and energy committee called for a higher 2030 EU renewable energy target in a discussion on Tuesday on proposed ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    EMIS retables call for EU car approval agency

    The European Parliament’s special committee on ‘dieselgate’ has voted for faster roll-out of new rules on vehicle type-approval, including creation of a dedicated European agency ..
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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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    • Chemicals,Products

    Fresh voting impasse over endocrine disruptors

    The European Commission has been forced to go back to the drawing board with its criteria for endocrine-disrupting chemicals after latest tweaks failed again to ..
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