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    • Climate,Energy,Products,Nature

    France raises EU stakes with forest plan

    France announced on Wednesday plans to halt deforestation caused by the import of agricultural and forestry products by 2030 ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    Austria calls for greener chemicals framework

    EU chemical-related policies should be enhanced to allow for the use of sustainable and safe substances, the Austrian Presidency of the EU Council has said ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Nature

    Bioeconomy ‘threat to climate and environment’

    More than 120 civil society organisations from 40 countries around the world have called on governments to end their support for the bioeconomy ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    France bans metam sodium pesticides

    French farmers will no longer be authorised to use pesticides linked to a recent outbreak of respiratory illnesses, France’s Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Waste & Resources,Nature

    Projects across EU to share €243m LIFE funding

    The European Commission has approved almost a quarter of a billion euros of new funding for environmental, nature and climate action through the LIFE programme ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    France imposes emergency ban on metam sodium pesticides

    France has prohibited the use of metam sodium pesticides for three months after dozens of farmworkers and residents in western France fell ill in four ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Pesticide licence renewals subject to EDC screening

    All ongoing evaluations of plant protection products for renewal of EU authorisation will have to be assessed against new criteria for identifying endocrine disrupting chemicals ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Nature

    Court suspends lignite mine forest clearance

    RWE Power has warned it could face losses of hundreds of millions of euro after a German court suspended the firm’s planned clearance of a ..
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    • Energy,Nature,Infringements Dashboard

    MEPs call on Commission to save threatened forest

    A group of MEPs has called on the European Commission to intervene in the planned clearance of a forest in Germany for lignite mining ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    New lab-altered crops are GMOs, EU court rules

    Plant strains whose genone has been tweaked using advanced laboratory techniques are GMOs and should be subject to strict control before marketing or release into ..
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    • Energy,Pollution,Nature

    Court rejects Polish bid to scotch carbon market fix

    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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    • Nature

    Palm oil standard 'needs major improvement'

    Two recent studies of various palm plantations covered by the main sustainability standard for the commodity have concluded that the certification cannot guarantee against deforestation ..
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    • Energy,General Policy,Nature

    Call to back palm oil phase out in RED II

    EU governments and the Commission should back MEPs’ proposal to phase out support for palm oil-based biodiesel in order to stop deforestation in Indonesia and ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Nature

    EC criticised over ‘inadequate’ funding increase for LIFE programme

    The European Commission has made proposals to increase the funding for the EU’s programme for the environment and climate action by almost 60%, but green ..
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    • Energy,Nature

    Call for large-scale biomass to lose ‘carbon-neutral’ status

    Biomass used in large-scale power stations should be stripped of its ‘carbon-neutral’ status in the EU’s revised renewable energy directive, according to environmental legal action ..
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