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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    ‘High levels’ of pesticides found in Spanish rivers

    A total of 47 pesticides have been found in Spanish rivers, according to new data in a joint report by the Spanish NGO Ecologistas en ..
    News
    • General Policy

    MEPs press for increased environment funding in budget

    MEPs have called for increased environment funding in the post-2020 EU budget to help implement the Paris climate change agreement ..
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    • Energy,General Policy

    Spain to pay compensation to renewables investors

    In a second international ruling against retroactive cuts in renewables support introduced in Spain in 2013, a Swedish arbitration panel has awarded an investment firm ..
    News
    • Energy,General Policy

    MEPs vote against vetoing gas projects list

    The ITRE committee has voted against a motion to block the inclusion of major gas infrastructure projects in a list of schemes which could quality ..
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    • Pollution

    Poland and Greece found guilty over green breaches

    Poland is guilty of "persistent" breaches of European air quality rules, the EU Court of Justice ruled on Thursday, while also slapping Greece with a ..
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    • Energy,General Policy

    Call for governments to beef up RED ambition

    The EP's chief negotiator on renewable energy policy reforms has urged national governments to take account of recent falls in the price of renewables and ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Swedish importers face action over ‘unsafe’ products

    The Swedish Chemicals Agency has reported 16 commodity importers to Sweden’s environmental prosecutor for failing to ensure that their products are safe to use ..
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    • General Policy

    Commissioner reiterates plan to reform CAP

    Agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan has reiterated the European Commission’s intention to reform the system of greening payments made directly to farms in a debate on ..
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    • Climate,Energy,General Policy,Nature

    EC confirms €60m extra funding for biodiversity

    LIFE programme funding for nature conservation and biodiversity will rise by 10% for the 2018-2020 period, the European Commission has confirmed ..
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    • Products

    NGO takes action over mercury-based light bulbs

    An environmental NGO has submitted a complaint to a district court in Germany after a firm refused to stop selling “health-endangering” light bulbs ..
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    • General Policy

    How green will the new German government be?

    Forming a government has never taken this long in Germany, with predictable results: Angela Merkel remains chancellor, with a firm commitment to Europe, wiggling over ..
    Comment
    • General Policy

    EC gives views on CAP cost savings

    The European Commission has set out options for changes to the Common Agricultural Policy, including a scenario that would see the average farmer's income drop ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Products

    EU tightens limits on BPA in food packaging

    New regulations imposing stricter limits on the use of BPA in food contact materials are set to come into force in September, the EU executive ..
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    • General Policy

    EU executive plays down Bulgaria spat with Greens

    The EC is satisfied with reassurances from Sofia after a furore that erupted when Bulgaria’s deputy prime minister demanded the expulsion of a Green MEP ..
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    • General Policy

    Spain calls on EC to drop CAP co-financing plans

    Spain will support the European Commission’s post-2020 reforms to the CAP on the condition that it abandons plans for national co-financing, according to the country's ..
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