Portugal latest to face EU court for failing to tackle excessive NO2 levels

The Portuguese government will have to answer for breaching air pollution limits, the European Commission has announced in a monthly infringement package that also sees Bulgaria on its way to the European Court of Justice over nature protection failings, Romania in the frame over risky landfills, Ireland over chemicals in drinking water and Malta accused of allowing illegal finch trapping.

by Claudia Delpero

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