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    • Energy,Waste & Resources

    Lack of support for forced repair of leaking water networks

    Several governments have rejected a call by the European Parliament to tackle the heavy leakage from Europe’s drinking water networks, it has emerged as negotiations ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Glyphosate: watchdog accused of reliance on industry reports

    A German regulator has dismissed MEPs’ claims that it relied on chemical industry research in its evaluation of a licence renewal application for the systemic ..
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    • Chemicals

    ECHA names six more substances of very high concern

    The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has identified six more chemicals that pose a danger to human health and the environment ..
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    • Climate,Energy,General Policy

    EIB to align lending rules with EU climate targets

    The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signalled it plans to change the way it issues loans to energy projects in order to support the EU’s ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Toys are products most likely to contain banned chemicals

    Dolls, modelling clay, slime, balls and balloons were among 290 toys found to contain illegal levels of toxics substances this year, according to an analysis ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Transport impacts cost Europe €1trn a year

    Transport in Europe is costing more than €1trn a year through air pollution, carbon emissions and other ‘external costs’ largely met by society at large ..
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    • General Policy

    Government resistance over ‘green’ investments

    The introduction of binding EU rules on the disclosure of environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations for financial benchmarks could face resistance from national governments ..
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    • Climate,Energy,COP24: UN climate talks

    EU members call for carbon floor price

    The EU’s emissions trading scheme should be backed up by other measures such as carbon floor prices, a group of eight member states said on ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    Parliament rejects fossil fuel funds exclusion

    The European Parliament has rejected proposals to exclude fossil fuel projects from EU trans-European infrastructure funding as well as measures to cap support for gas ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport,General Policy

    France fuel tax protests: lessons for policymakers

    Following French president Emmanuel Macron’s decision to rethink a carbon tax on vehicle fuel in the face of widespread protests, what lessons could policymakers learn? ..
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    • General Policy

    Parliament backs green funding boost

    MEPs have strongly backed plans to significantly increase funding for the EU’s LIFE programme for climate and environment projects for the 2021-2027 period ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Mixed reaction to MEPs pesticides inquiry report

    A report by a European Parliament special committee into the may pesticides are authorised for use in the EU has met with a mixed reaction ..
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    • Climate,Energy,COP24: UN climate talks

    Climate finance dispute overshadows limited progress at COP24

    Familiar disputes over financing for climate action in developing nations look set be be an obstacle to comprehensive agreement COP24 ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    EU pesticide approval system needs ‘major changes’

    The European Commission should significantly improve the way plant protection products are assessed, applied and monitored within the EU, a European Parliament inquiry committee has ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Commission shelves non-toxic environment strategy

    The current European Commission is not planning to produce a long awaited 'strategy for a non-toxic environment' before it leaves office, the head of its ..
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