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    • Transport,Pollution

    Germany steps up response to diesel pollution

    The German government announced on Tuesday its plans to set up a new high-level group that will devise a response to diesel pollution and to ..
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    • Climate,Transport

    EU study argues for port charges to clean up shipping

    An EU-wide port charging scheme with incentives for greener ships would have an “enormous” potential to curb the sector’s emissions, a study for the European ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Nature

    CAP greening payments not exempt from budget cuts

    No EU programmes will be exempt from budget cuts in the future, and that includes greening payments to farmers under the Common Agricultural Policy, EU ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Negotiators eye ETS deal by year's end

    Talks with national government delegates on planned reforms to the EU’s emissions trading system moved forward on Tuesday evening and could be wrapped up by ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Ministers agree 30% energy efficiency target

    EU energy ministers agreed on Monday to support a 30% energy efficiency target for 2030 while weakening an annual savings obligation key to delivering it ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Nature

    Brussels mulls microplastics ban

    The European Commission is considering a ban on microplastics in cosmetics and legislation to tackle the release of the particles from tyres and textiles, a ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    Council deal jeopardises e-car roll-out – commissioner

    Europe would see only 115,000 new electric car charging points under a position on reforms to the EU’s buildings law sealed by governments on Monday, ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    NGOs demand EU probe into Spain's power plant aid

    Two Spanish NGOs have lodged a complaint with the European Commission over what they suspect constitutes unlawful subsidies to coal and gas-fired power stations amounting ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Governments still eyeing 27% renewables target

    National governments have not moved to increase the target of 27% renewables in the EU’s energy mix proposed by the heads of state and government ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    German NO2 pollution ‘still too high’

    Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) emissions breached EU limits at over half of Germany’s monitoring stations in 2016 despite declining pollution, German environment agency UBA said on ..
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    • Energy,Markets & Corporate

    EU court rejects Swedish barriers to biogas subsidies

    Sweden was wrong to deny tax breaks to biogas imported by E.ON based on claims that its sustainability could not be verified, the EU court ..
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    • Climate,Markets & Corporate

    Industry warns of ‘disruptive’ UK exit from EU ETS

    The EU power sector has urged the UK to confirm urgently it will stay in the EU’s emissions trading scheme to avoid the impact of ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Lawmakers reject lead MEP’s EED overhaul

    MEPs across party lines appear to have united against a proposal by lead MEP Adam Gierek to shift the focus of the Energy Efficiency Directive ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Commission signs off Danish biomass conversion

    The European Commission has approved the Danish government’s plan to invest DKK422 million (€56.7 million) to convert one of Denmark’s largest power stations from coal ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution,Products

    EU updates green detergent certification

    Detergent manufacturers opting to use the EU Ecolabel will need to keep their products microplastics-free and comply with new rules on chemicals and preservatives ..
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