Chemicals

Environment committee gives green light to ban lead shot over wetlands

The European Parliament’s environment committee has approved a ban on using lead shot on and near wetlands after MEPs rejected two objections tabled by liberal and right-wing groups.

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Concern grows over potential decline in key EU carbon sink

Forest campaigners have warned Europe’s forests could absorb nearly a fifth less carbon by 2025 than at the turn of the millennium after the European Commission finalised benchmarks on the climate impact of forestry that they claim give member states leeway to increase logging.

Climate

Brussels seeks feedback on a raft of radical climate action measures

The European Commission has opened initial consultations on plans for stricter CO2 emissions standards for cars, overhauling the carbon market, new rules to green farming and buildings, and changing how land-use is factored into net emissions calculations.

Climate

10 Key Principles for a Carbon Border Adjustment Measure (CBAM) - Carbon Market Watch

Climate

Response to the public consultation on the EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism - IEEP

Climate

South Korea joins Japan in making 2050 carbon-neutral pledge

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