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    • Energy,Nature

    MEPs urged to ask for stricter rules on burning biomass

    Environmental groups are calling on MEPs to push for tighter rules on the burning of trees and unsorted waste to generate ostensibly renewable energy ..
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    • Energy,Transport

    Half EU crop biofuels from imported feedstock

    More than half of EU-produced crop biodiesel is made from imported feedstocks, new analysis has revealed ahead of an EP environment committee's vote on the ..
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    • Climate,Nature

    Green pledges added to Carpathian Convention

    Members of the Carpathian Convention vowed to increase cooperation on climate change and sustainable agriculture adding a new article and a protocol to the document ..
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    • Waste & Resources,General Policy

    Valencia tourist tax ‘designed to fatten industry’

    A new tax approved by the Valencian regional parliament in September will “fatten up the tourist industry” rather than raise revenue for investment in environmental ..
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    • Chemicals,Markets & Corporate,Nature

    Industrial food and farming ‘costing lives’

    Inadequate diets and environmental impacts resulting from modern food systems are making people sick and costing billions, a report has warned ..
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    • Energy

    EU urged to ban subsidies for co-firing biomass

    Subsidies for using solid biomass as fuel is indirectly supporting the coal industry and could be slowing emissions reduction in Europe’s electricity sector, a report ..
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    • Energy,Transport

    NGO alliance issues warning over EU biofuel policy

    A coalition of environmental groups has called on the EU to abandon biofuel targets for the transport sector and end subsides for crops that compete ..
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    • Energy,Waste & Resources

    RED II ‘could promote incineration over recycling'

    Proposed provisions on the classification of waste in reforms to the EU’s renewable energy directive could lead to perverse incentives to incinerate refuse that could ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    Newer trade deals are ‘greener’, online tool finds

    Eighty five per cent of free trade agreements contain provisions to protect the environment, a team of researchers has found ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    Scientists slam EU lawmakers’ forest policy approach

    More than 190 scientists have urged European lawmakers to abandon an approach to EU forestry legislation that would 'threaten biodiversity, increase net CO2 and encourage ..
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    • Climate,General Policy

    NGOs rue EU lack of progress on SDGs

    The EU has ‘no clear plan’ for meeting the UN’s 2020 sustainable development goals it signed up to two years ago, NGOs warned on Monday ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Biofuel policies ‘result in increased food prices’ – study

    Scientific studies confirm an “overwhelming consensus” that biofuel policies increase food prices, a literature review commissioned by environmental groups argued on Friday ..
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    • Climate,General Policy

    Sweden bumps up green spend in 2018 budget

    The Swedish government will more than double what it spends on nature conservation and environment compared with the average for 2006-2014 ..
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    • Climate,General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    Brussels eyes green ranking of financial products

    Expert proposals to classify sustainable assets in the EU and set standards for green bonds have “great potential” to help the bloc lead on green ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    MEPs back carbon accounting rules for forestry

    MEPs backed on Tuesday the European Commission’s approach to measuring emissions from land use and forestry, while urging countries to boost CO2 absorption by the ..
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