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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

    Electricity prices soar in drought-hit Iberian peninsula

    The drought affecting Portugal since the beginning of the year has crippled hydroelectric production and led to a 63% rise in average wholesale electricity prices ..
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    • Climate,Pollution

    Study flags man-made nature of global warming wave

    The global streak of record-breaking average temperatures over the past three years would have been “extremely unlikely” without emissions from human activities, according to a ..
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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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    • Climate

    EU, Switzerland inch closer to linking carbon markets

    The EU moved closer to linking its emissions trading scheme with the Swiss system on Wednesday as the European Commission adopted proposals to conclude a ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Nature

    Pesticide poses ‘extinction risk’ to bumblebees

    Researchers have found that exposure to the neonicotinoid pesticide thiamethoxam can prevent the creation of new bumblebee colonies, warning of a heightened risk of population ..
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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,Energy

    Researchers call for policy focus on CO2 removal

    Researchers have urged policymakers to start working on policies incentivising the development of technologies that will enable CO2 removal to meet climate targets ..
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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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    • Energy

    Report envisages UK bioenergy boom post-Brexit

    Brexit could pave the way for agricultural jobs in the UK biomass crop planting sector, a report suggested on Tuesday ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    North Seas region urged to target 230 GW offshore wind

    Decarbonising the electricity supply will require deploying 230 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity in the North Seas by 2045, consultants at Ecofys estimated on Thursday ..
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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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    • Chemicals

    Suspected endocrine disruptors found in pushchairs

    Chemicals suspected of being endocrine disrupting or carcinogenic were found in 6 out of 11 pushchairs tested by a Danish consumer organisation ..
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    • Climate

    EU scientists warn of huge rise in climate-related deaths

    Two-thirds of Europe’s population could feel the impact of climate-related weather disasters by 2100, resulting in a 50-fold increase in deaths, EU scientists have warned ..
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