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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Pollution

    Europe exports illegal e-waste to developing world

    Europe could be illegally sending substantial amounts of electronics waste to developing countries, a campaign group has concluded after tagging and tracking the movements of ..
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    • Climate,Pollution,General Policy

    EU must ‘hold firm’ on green commitments as Brexit crisis deepens

    Green campaigners have warned that the EU’s environmental protections are at risk if the UK crashes out of the bloc without a deal, after the ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    EC working on sustainable urban mobility programme

    The European Commission is planning to launch this autumn a new programme on sustainable urban mobility targeting different levels of government ..
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    • Climate,Pollution,General Policy

    EU calls for input on investment dispute settlement

    The European Commission is seeking views on what a multilateral investment court should look like if it is to gain approval from opponents of the ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Pollution

    Commission drafts revision to simplify ‘ecotoxic’ waste assessment

    The European Commission has drafted a revision to Annex III of the Waste Framework Directive to enable more consistent assessment of hazardous waste streams across ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Pollution,Markets & Corporate

    Traders urge governments to link carbon markets

    Governments must start making provisions for linking up national carbon markets if the world is to limit global warming to 2°C, the carbon traders association ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Pollution,Nature

    EU agriculture’s environmental profile rated

    Latest official statistics paint a mixed picture of environmental progress in agriculture and forestry ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Auditors lambast illegal logging plan failure

    The EU’s €300m plan for tackling illegal logging is poorly designed and implemented and has produced only “meagre” results in 12 years, EU auditors said ..
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    • Pollution

    MEPs reject GM import ban

    MEPs rejected a European Commission proposal to allow EU countries to ban genetically modified food and feed on their territory ..
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    • Pollution

    Draft invasive species list under fire

    The first EU list of priority invasive alien species member states must tackle will include species of squirrel, crayfish and hogweed, a draft seen by ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Water industry voices TTIP concerns

    The European water sector has urged Brussels to ensure that the TTIP trade deal with the US currently under negotiation will not undermine EU protection ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    EU under fire for flame retardant stance

    Campaign groups have criticised the EU’s role at a UN meeting on persistent organic pollutants and hazardous waste shipments ..
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    • Pollution,Products

    GM import ban plan slammed by industry, NGOs

    The European Commission’s proposal to allow countries to enact national bans on genetically-modified (GM) food and feed has been accused of being seriously flawed ..
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    • Pollution

    EU lawmakers hammer out deal on invasive species

    The Greek presidency backed MEPs' call for an open-ended list of alien species “of Union concern” but rejected their call for national derogations ..
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    • Pollution

    Council considers new invasive species options

    Member states will discuss possible exemptions to new EU controls on Friday. The final round of trialogue talks takes place next Wednesday ..
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