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    • Transport,General Policy

    NGO call to action for new German government

    Germany needs a climate protection act, a binding coal and lignite phase-out roadmap, a doubling of renewables and a change of course on transport and ..
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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,Transport

    Calls for e-car quota amid infrastructure doubts

    The European Commission must include measures to promote the uptake of electric vehicles in forthcoming proposals setting CO2 emissions standards for cars and vans, an ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Premature deaths from NO2 pollution up 10%

    The estimated toll of premature deaths attributed to exposure to NO2 pollution rose by 7,000 to 75,000 in 2015, according to an annual report on ..
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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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    • Transport

    EP vote ‘a blow to EV infrastructure roll-out’

    European Parliament negotiators failed on Wednesday to adopt a more ambitious stance on the compulsory installation of charging points than one agreed earlier this year ..
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    • Transport

    Electricity firms urge MEPs to back e-cars

    European electricity utilities have urged MEPs to push for changes to the EU’s Energy Performance of Buildings Directive that would make it obligatory to install ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Hamburg Port reviews fees to reward greener vessels

    Less polluting vessels will pay lower charges to use the port of Hamburg under a proposed review of fees that was announced on Monday ..
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    • Transport

    Lawyers defy EU rules 'to avert another Dieselgate'

    Environmental lawyers have challenged a secrecy clause in EU law in a bid to force car manufacturers to disclose the workings on in-car emissions control ..
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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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    • Transport,Pollution

    London's nine million 'under threat from particulates'

    The entire population of Greater London, almost nine million people, lives in areas exceeding WHO guidelines on the most dangerous particulates, new data have revealed ..
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    • Energy

    France allowed to spend €8.5 billion on renewables

    EU competition officials approved on Friday four state support schemes for renewable energy worth a combined €8.5 billion to deliver 7.5 gigawatts over 20 years ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport,Pollution,General Policy

    EU fossil fuel subsidies 'put Paris deal at risk'

    The Paris Agreement is being put at risk by the EU and member states continuing to subsidise fossil fuels with public money, a think tank ..
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    • Energy

    MEP slams electricity GOs as ‘greenwash’

    European Commission proposals to tighten rules on guarantees of origin (GOs) do little to prevent “greenwashing” by electricity suppliers, an MEP has said ..
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