MEPs have urged the European commission to propose binding EU minimum standards for environmental inspections by the end of next year as a way of improving implementation of green legislation across the bloc.
The call was made in a non-legislative resolution adopted by the European parliament on Thursday. The parliament backed a set of demands made by its environment committee in October (EED 08/10/08), including a call for a binding directive and an EU environmental inspection force.
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