‘Deadly derogations’ for polluting coal plants must end - NGOs

The European Commission and member states must end the use of “deadly derogations” that allow ageing coal plants across Europe to ignore pollution limits set under the Industrial Emissions Directive, a report from a group of green NGOs has said

by Claire Churchard
Energy, coal plant in Germany (photograph: Tobias Arhelger/123RF)
Energy, coal plant in Germany (photograph: Tobias Arhelger/123RF)

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