The European Commission has fired shots over the bows of 10 member states regarding their transposition of the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive, in its latest ..
News 10 Oct 2019
The Finnish government may have been in breach of EU nature protection rules when it allowed the issuing of licenses to hunt wolves, according to ..
News 10 Oct 2019
Italy has failed to implement EU measures to halt the spread of a disease ravaging olive groves across southern Europe, the European Court of Justice ..
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The barriers to public participation in environmental policymaking are “numerous and growing”, the European Environmental Bureau has warned in a report published on Wednesday ..
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A Bulgarian government plan to open up almost half the area of the UNESCO protected Pirin National Park to developers has been halted by a ..
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The EU Court of Justice rejected on Thursday a call by Poland to scrap legislation designed to increase the cost to industry of emitting greenhouse ..
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The Bulgarian EU presidency suffered a double blow to its environmental reputation after the government lost two court cases brought against its actions in protected ..
News 30 Apr 2018
The EU Genetically Modified Organisms Directive was never intended to apply to plant strains produced by mutagenesis, a European court official indicated on Thursday ..
News 18 Jan 2018
The European Food Safety Authority has rejected allegations of fraud and wilfully endangering the public after glyphosate campaigners launched legal bids in five European states ..
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The EU Court of Justice (ECJ) has threatened Poland with a daily penalty of €100,000 if it fails to comply with an injunction to halt ..
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