Europe’s inland shipping network is being overlooked as a green alternative and needs more clarity on appropriate tech, industry representatives have warned ..
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Russian gas giant Gazprom is seeking arbitration over changes to EU law that it says threaten Nord Stream 2, its Russia-Germany pipeline project ..
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Lawyers are seeking to force a gigantic coal power station in Poland to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions or close, by arguing its impact on ..
News 26 Sep 2019
The European Court of Justice has rejected an attempt to reverse the decision by the European Chemicals Agency identifying plastic additive bisphenol A as an ..
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There have been renewed calls for reform of an international treaty after a German energy firm said it could take legal action against the Dutch ..
News 18 Sep 2019
Researchers have found almost three quarters of a range of consumer products tested contained toxic chemicals that raised health concerns ..
News 17 Sep 2019
Hydropower could become an increasingly important provider of flexibility and storage in a European power system increasingly dominated by renewables ..
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A decision by the Danish government to ban ‘non-stick’ chemicals associated with health and environmental risks from paper food packaging has prompted green groups to ..
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The European Commission is looking to reform a little known existing treaty that lies behind dozens of ongoing bids to sue EU governments over energy ..
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