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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Evidence of microplastic contamination in human gut

    European scientists have detected nine types of microplastics in stool samples from a worldwide sample of subjects, in the first study of its kind. ..
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    • Pollution,Products,Packaging

    Parliament divided over stance on disposable plastics

    MEPs appear divided over how far the EU should go in its response to plastic pollution after debating the European Commission's proposal on disposable single-use ..
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    • Chemicals,Packaging

    Chemicals panel urged to block chromium VI authorisations

    Environmental groups have urged government delegates to reject European Commission proposals to authorise the use of restricted, carcinogenic chromium compounds ..
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    • Climate,Waste & Resources,Products,Packaging

    EC urged to provide bioeconomy funding

    The European Commission should channel funds from the future Horizon Europe scheme into fighting plastic pollution and funding decarbonisation projects, the EU executive was told ..
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    • Energy,Transport

    Inquiry chair rues lack of national action on Dieselgate

    National authorities have largely failed to act over cheating by car manufacturers to beat car emissions tests, the chair of a European Parliament inquiry has ..
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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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    • Waste & Resources,Chemicals,Packaging

    MEPs back tighter limits on POPs

    Concentration limits for persistent organic pollutants in consumer products should be tightened, the European Parliament’s environment committee has agreed, but campaigners remain concerned ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Šefčovič backs call for clean air investment

    Applying innovative clean air technology solutions to the most polluting sectors in Europe would result in significant savings for taxpayers over the next seven years, ..
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    • Climate,Transport,Pollution

    Denmark launches air and climate package

    Denmark launched on Tuesday a package of 38 initiatives, entitled Together for a Cleaner Future, aimed at improving air quality and achieving the country’s goal ..
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    • Energy,Transport,Pollution

    Commission ‘disregards gravity of dieselgate’ says MEP

    The author of the European Parliament's inquiry report on dieselgate has accused the EU Commission of disregarding the gravity of the scandal after it failed ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Madrid restricts traffic to improve air quality

    Madrid city council approved on Friday a 30k/h speed limit on 85% of the road network and restrictions on vehicle access to the city centre ..
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    • Energy,Transport,Pollution

    German government strikes deal on diesel vehicles plan

    Owners of older diesel cars in Germany will be able to receive free hardware retrofits or financial incentives to exchange their vehicles, the German government ..
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    • Climate,Transport,Brexit and the EU

    Internal combustion engines will ‘never truly be clean’

    Vehicles using internal combustion engines will never be clean enough to avoid damaging human health and should be replaced with zero-emission alternatives, according to a ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    German car giants face EU emissions investigation

    The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether German carmakers BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche colluded to restrict diesel emissions treatment ..
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