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    • Chemicals,Products

    Commission tables fourth version of EDC criteria

    The European Commission has removed a controversial derogation in draft criteria for endocrine disrupting chemicals in its latest bid to overcome member state opposition to ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    MEPs call for stronger EU car surveillance

    MEPs have backed ramping up European Commission powers over car type-approval to prevent a repeat of the car emissions scandal but rejected the need for ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Lawyers warn EU high-sulphur fuel exports are illegal

    The Netherlands and Belgium should end high-sulphur fuel exports to African countries as these breach international treaties and human rights conventions, environmental lawyers have said ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Italian dieselgate probe accused of bias

    Leaked government documents have hinted that Fiat-Chrysler cars received favourable treatment in Italy’s emissions inquiry, prompting NGO calls for tighter enforcement of EU law ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Malta firms up ETS reform details ready for deal

    The Maltese EU presidency has tabled new proposals for a Council position on the reform of the EU’s emission trading scheme as it hopes to ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Analysts and policymakers disconnected on ETS

    The reforms of the EU’s emissions trading scheme, currently discussed by EU policymakers, will not result in a significant rise in the carbon price in ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Three-year extension approved for neonicotinoid

    The European Commission has authorised pesticide imidacloprid to be placed on the EU market for another three years while considering a full ban on the ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Cement sector could sink EU ETS deal - Greens

    Intense lobbying from the European cement industry threatens to sink a deal to resuscitate the EU's emissions trading system, Green MEPs warned on Tuesday ..
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    • Climate,Chemicals

    Industry condemns ‘tiered’ free ETS allocation

    EU chemicals industry has urged the European Parliament to abandon a tiered approach to granting industry free CO2 permits as it votes on the reform of ..
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    • Pollution,Nature

    Brussels asked to investigate Spanish uranium mine

    Environmental group WWF has asked the European Commission to investigate whether authorisation given to a Spanish uranium mining project threatens endangered species in a protected ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    MEP deems cadmium phase-down in fertilisers ‘unrealistic’

    The European Commission should revise the cadmium phase-down it has proposed for phosphate fertilisers as it might prove technologically unfeasible, according to an MEP leading ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution,General Policy

    Ethanol included in food industry pollution guidance

    EU guidance on emission control techniques for the food, drink and milk industries will be amended to include the ethanol sector, a draft proposal released ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products

    MEPs seek greater focus on product durability

    The European Commission should facilitate the replacement of batteries to promote repairable and durable products, an MEP in the European Parliament’s environment committee has recommended ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution,Nature

    Brussels finds gaps in waste, air quality law compliance

    The implementation of EU laws on waste management and air quality continue to pose problems for member states, the European Commission said on Monday ..
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    • Climate,Transport

    Brussels continues ETS derogation for non-EU flights

    The European Commission has proposed to extend its ‘stop the clock’ regime exempting long-haul flights from the EU’s emissions trading scheme, following a global deal on ..
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