UK government accused of ‘watering down’ post-Brexit green rules
Simon Pickstone and Gareth Simkins, 21 Jun 2019
The UK government has come under fire over its preparations for a ‘green Brexit’, with environmental campaigners suggesting new legislation could undermine EU protections
Ministers to press EU executive for overdue ‘non-toxic environment’ plan
Raquel Guerra, 11 Jun 2019
Environment ministers are set to call on the European Commission to speed up work on chemicals policy, and demand delivery of an overdue ‘strategy for a non-toxic environment’
Mediterranean governments urged to back global plastics pact
Simon Pickstone, 7 Jun 2019
Tackling record high levels of plastic pollution in the Mediterranean will require urgent government action both domestically and at a global scale, WWF has said
Marine pollution tops environmental concerns in Germany and UK
Claudia Delpero, 6 Jun 2019
Concern about marine pollution now ranks higher than climate change in Germany and the UK, a new survey has shown
EU-linked industry platform outlines vision for 'bio-society'
Robert Hodgson, 3 Jun 2019
Europe should build the industrial infrastructure and networks needed to underpin a sustainable 'circular bio-economic society' by mid century, an EU-backed public-private partnership said on Monday.
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