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    • Climate,Markets & Corporate

    EU and Switzerland sign agreement to link ETS

    The EU and Switzerland have signed an agreement to link their emissions trading systems, allowing participants in one scheme to use allowances from the other ..
    News
    • Climate,Products

    EU supermarkets brace for tougher curbs on HFCs

    Europe-based supermarkets, logistics and transport companies are having to reduce their use of climate-changing refrigerant gases as countries including Germany and UK ratify a key ..
    Analysis
    • Chemicals,Products

    Sweden to help SMEs replace hazardous chemicals

    The Swedish government is to set up a chemical substitution centre at the state-owned RISE research centre in Borås to help smaller companies to replace ..
    News
    • Climate,Markets & Corporate,COP23: call to action

    Climate lawsuits threat hanging over EU entities

    Governments in Europe look likely to face additional lawsuits citing weak action on climate change, and big CO2 emitting companies are also likely to be ..
    Analysis
    • Energy,Markets & Corporate

    2017 sees doubling of advance wind power purchasing

    Wind power generators have inked power purchase agreements over the past two weeks that cover the output from a gigawatt of installed capacity, with total ..
    News
    • Climate,Markets & Corporate,COP23: call to action

    EU companies key to decarbonisation drive

    Europe’s companies will be among so-called ‘non-state’ actors that will need to slash their carbon emissions to enable the deep decarbonisation needed to avoid runaway ..
    News
    • Climate,Markets & Corporate,COP23: call to action

    Carbon trading lobbies call for credit transfer rules

    Carbon trading lobbies have urged the UN to agree accounting and trading rules that would enable the transfer of credits between emissions trading schemes, ahead ..
    Analysis
    • Chemicals,Markets & Corporate,Nature

    Agrifood monopoly 'threat to EU policy and environment'

    The EU should act against “underhand” lobbying tactics as monopolisation of the global agrifood industry threatens the environment and biodiversity, NGOs have warned ..
    News
    • Transport,Markets & Corporate

    NGO prevails in emissions spat with Volkswagen

    German environmental NGO Deutsche Umwelthilfe has won the right to make statements on the results of “real-life” tests it had carried out on Volkswagen diesel ..
    News
    • Climate,Markets & Corporate,Brexit and the EU

    Commission drafts EU ETS Brexit shield rules

    The European Commission presented late on Tuesday a draft regulation amending rules to ensure the EU emissions trading system is shielded from the unintended consequences ..
    News
    • Markets & Corporate,Nature

    EU ‘must block Bayer-Monsanto merger’

    The planned takeover of the US agrichemical firm Monsanto by German multinational Bayer is "incompatible with EU competition law" ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Markets & Corporate

    NGOs raise alarm over ‘weaker’ global PFOA ban

    Industry involvement in drafting the EU’s evaluation of a global ban on the toxic substance PFOA could lead to a sweeping list of “unjustified” exemptions, ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Markets & Corporate,Nature

    Industrial food and farming ‘costing lives’

    Inadequate diets and environmental impacts resulting from modern food systems are making people sick and costing billions, a report has warned ..
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    • Markets & Corporate,Nature

    EU executive signals support for agri biotech

    Science and progress should prevail when dealing with advanced plant breeding technologies, health and food safety commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis has said ..
    News
    • Chemicals,Markets & Corporate

    EP bars Monsanto as clock ticks on glyphosate

    Leaders of the European Parliament’s political groups agreed on Thursday to withdraw access for lobbyists from the US agrochemical giant Monsanto ..
    News
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