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The EU should set legally binding targets for nature restoration while tapping into the hidden potential of legislation already in force, rather than aiming for a new environmental directive, an official from DG Environment said on Thursday during EU Green Week.
The European Chemicals Agency has been forced to further postpone the introduction of manual completeness checks for chemical safety reports, it said citing a depleted budget.
Prague’s share of a multi-billion euro ‘just transition fund’ to mitigate social upheaval as coal-dependent regions move to cleaner forms of energy could end up in the hands of business magnates and energy firms, CEE Bankwatch Network has warned following Czech media reports.
Costs associated with air pollution cost the residents of Europe’s cities an average of €1,276 per year, according to a study by the European Public Health Alliance, with Italy dominating the list of the 10 cities where the impact of air pollution is highest.
Campaign groups have reacted with disappointment to a late-night deal struck by member states on reforms to the EU Common Agricultural Policy that they claim would do little to reverse Europe’s biodiversity and climate crises.
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