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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    €2bn finance for plastic sea litter projects

    European financiers have committed €2bn for projects which tackle marine pollution, particularly plastics litter ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution,Packaging

    EU auditors query plastic tax proposal

    EU auditors have questioned the European Commission’s proposal to boost the bloc’s budget with a plastic tax in the post-2020 trillion-euro multiannual financial framework (MFF) ..
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    • Pollution,Nature

    Campaigners urge defence of EU water law

    Environmental groups are urging the general public to defend a key piece of EU legislation protecting Europe's lakes and rivers amid a 'fitness check' of ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution,EU's Circular Economy,Nature

    EU leads international plastic pollution initiative

    The European Commission is spearheading a new international network to encourage the responsible use and disposal of plastics ..
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    • Transport,Waste & Resources,Pollution

    EU urged not to scrap ships in dangerous facilities

    Shipowners are lobbying for the right to scrap old vessels outside Europe, where cost may be lower and environmental standards slacker, despite sufficient capacity in ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Legal threat as 1GW coal plant approved

    A Polish state-run energy firm faces legal action, environmental campaigners have warned, after it gave a green light to a controversial €1.2bn 1GW coal power ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Report argues for climate action via green mortgages

    Applying standardised energy performance criteria to mortgage loans across Europe, with preferential interest rates for 'green' mortgages, could cut CO2 emissions due to inefficient buildings ..
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    • Chemicals

    MEP probe points to ‘shortcomings’ in EU pesticide approvals

    The EU should improve its system for licensing pesticides, with stricter requirements on scientific studies and ongoing surveillance after they have been placed on the ..
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    • General Policy,Nature

    More money needed for preventing forest fires

    Countries in Europe need to invest significantly more in forest management and fire prevention if they are to cope with increasingly severe and long-lasting forest ..
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    • Chemicals

    MEPs urged to stick to strict cadmium limit for fertilisers

    Environmental campaigners have written to MEPs urging them not to back down on a demand to strictly limit content of the toxic heavy metal cadmium ..
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    • Pollution,Nature

    WWF urges government action on water pollution

    The campaign group WWF warned that a lack of political will, rather than a lack of EU legislation, is jeopardising Europe's rivers, as government and ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    EEA report warns of extent of mercury pollution

    Atmospheric mercury levels are five times above natural levels in Europe despite a raft of EU legislation to control the poisonous heavy metal, according to ..
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    • Energy,Paris Agreement

    Denmark launches new solar tender

    Denmark’s energy agency has issued a tender for solar PV projects up to 1 MW in size in a move intended to help the country’s ..
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    • Energy

    Commission approves €12.5m Spanish biomass scheme

    A Spanish scheme to support the production of biomass-based fuel has been approved by the European Commission under EU state aid rules ..
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    • General Policy

    Capacity mechanisms ‘ripping off’ EU energy users

    Capacity mechanisms supporting fossil fuel and nuclear power plants have added almost €33 billion to energy bills in the EU since 1998, according to data ..
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