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The director of the International Energy Agency has urged policymakers to act quickly to ensure that a global switch to renewable power is not derailed by shortages of metals such as lithium, cobalt and copper.
Plant strains developed using novel gene editing techniques should not be subject to the same regulation as first-generation genetically modified organisms, the European Commission suggested on Thursday.
Approval for Portugal’s largest prospective lithium mine has moved closer after the Portuguese environment agency agreed to open a public consultation on the controversial project, the UK-based mine-owner Savannah Resources reported last Friday.
The European Commission should consider adopting legally binding ecodesign rules for the fashion industry, as it formulates proposals to tackle the impact of a sector far largely “untouched by EU environmental policies”, a green group has said.
The European Commission aims to treat chemical recycling as the last resort option for dealing with plastic waste, according to the latest leak of draft annexes to the Taxonomy Regulation, designed to set an EU standard for ‘sustainable’ investment.
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