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    • Chemicals

    EU court upholds neonicotinoids ban

    An EU court has upheld a ban on three neonicotinoid pesticides that have been linked to drastic falls in populations of bees, dismissing cases brought ..
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    • Chemicals

    ‘Safe’ doses of glyphosate still risky, study finds

    Doses of weedkiller glyphosate that are considered to be safe can still cause serious health and endocrine disruption risks, according to Italy-based research specialist Ramazzini ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    Call for 75% recycled content in plastic products

    Local waste authority groups have called for minimum recycled content levels for new plastic products in Europe ..
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    • Chemicals,Nature

    Pesticides limits breached in quarter of Italian surface water

    Pesticides were found in two thirds of the Italian surface water samples investigated by ISPRA, Italy’s environment agency ..
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    • Climate,Pollution

    Europe sees limited progress in reducing nitrates in water

    Nutrient overload from agriculture continues to be one of the biggest pressures on aquatic environments, according to a new EU report showing groundwater quality has ..
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    • General Policy

    Horizon Europe plans given thumbs up by industry

    The European Commission’s proposal to spend nearly €100 billion on research from 2021 to 2027 under its next continent-wide R&D funding programme has been welcomed by industry ..
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    • Pollution

    Tackling pharma waste in European rivers

    The problem of dangerous pharmaceutical waste in European rivers was a topic at the forefront of a recent European Parliament discussion. Industry leaders must act ..
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    • Chemicals

    Pesticide process ‘transparent’, national authorities say

    The EU’s approval procedure for pesticides is carried out in a transparent and independent manner, national authorities have said at a meeting of a European ..
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    • General Policy

    Voluntary system may replace CAP ‘greening’

    The European Commission is considering scrapping its mandatory “greening” system and replacing it with a voluntary “eco-scheme” under planned changes to the Common Agricultural Policy ..
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    • Climate,General Policy,Nature

    Agriculture policy ‘unsustainable’, warn scientists

    Europe’s current policy approach to food and agriculture, which has implications for climate change, is not sustainable and needs to change, the European Academies' Science ..
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    • Chemicals,Products

    Call to expand textile chemical restrictions

    Campaigners are calling on delegates to a forthcoming REACH committee meeting to expand proposed restrictions on harmful chemicals in textiles in order to protect consumers ..
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    • Chemicals

    NGO accuses EC of reneging on pesticide control pledge

    PAN Europe has written to the health commissioner demanding the EU executive back up claims that it has restricted the use of a legislative loophole ..
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    • Chemicals

    EP gives the nod to organic farming reforms

    Europe's organic food industry will operate under a strict new regulatory regime from 2021 after the European Parliament approved new legislation designed to ensure uniform ..
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    • Chemicals,Pollution

    Call for new laws to tackle pharma waste

    A group of NGOs has appealed to the EC's first vice president to ensure that the EU executive takes legislative action to tackle concerns about ..
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    • Climate,General Policy,Nature

    Increase CAP environment ringfence, EC told

    Green campaigners have called on the European Commission to increase the proportion of CAP funding that is ringfenced for climate and environment spending ..
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