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    • Energy,Pollution

    Plant pollution limits cleared despite German opposition

    EU large combustion plants will face new mandatory pollution standards from around 2021 after countries backed them on Friday despite opposition from Germany and others ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution,General Policy

    New guidance to help citizens enforce EU green laws

    The European Commission published guidance on Friday to help citizens bring environmental cases to national courts ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    High Court rejects UK air consultation delay

    The UK government must start consulting on its revised air quality plan within the next 12 days after the High Court rejected its application to ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Car CO2 reform divides experts

    Potential changes outlined by the European Commission on Thursday to EU car CO2 emission limits, ending the beneficial treatment of heavier cars, received a mixed ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Commission taken to court over construction standards

    Germany has brought legal action against the European Commission over poor implementation of construction standards, which it claims puts environmental protection at risk ..
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    • Chemicals

    MEPs poised to launch inquiry over glyphosate

    Socialist MEPs are “confident” of receiving the necessary backing for a parliamentary inquiry after the European Commission rejected calls for action over the EU approval ..
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    • Nature

    EU nature action plan criticised over funding gap

    Environmentalists criticised on Thursday a European Commission action plan for implementing the nature laws for lacking any additional funding for environmental protection ..
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    • Energy,Waste & Resources,Pollution,Nature

    Poland given a month to halt illegal logging plans

    The European Commission gave Poland on Thursday one month to halt plans to increase logging in the protected Białowieża forest, or the country will face ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    UK participation in EU ETS ‘critical’ until 2020

    Businesses have urged the UK to reach an early agreement with the EU to guarantee its participation in the EU’s emissions trading scheme until 2020 ..
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    • Climate,Nature

    EU economy vulnerable to global droughts – study

    The EU’s reliance on agricultural imports leaves its economy exposed to future climate change-driven droughts in exporting nations, researchers have warned ..
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    • Pollution,Nature

    EU court: German coal plant breaches EU nature law

    Germany breached the EU Habitats Directive by authorising a coal plant without ensuring its water demands would not impact on protected fish, the EU court ..
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    • Climate,Nature

    Former US climate negotiator sees EU role increasing

    The EU’s role in maintaining ambition in the Paris climate agreement is set to rise as Washington rolls back environmental protection, the former US climate ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Countries under spotlight over car-approval lobbying

    Campaigners have accused several member states of attempting to weaken proposals for EU controls over car emissions ahead of a key member state deal next ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Report sees 25% of EU energy savings in transport

    Tapping into a potential fivefold increase in annual energy savings in transport would allow the EU to scrap an exemption for the sector from its ..
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    • Chemicals

    ECHA concerned over lack of data on risky chemicals

    Identifying potentially dangerous substances is becoming increasingly difficult due to a lack of information on how they are used and their potential hazards, the European ..
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