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    • Waste & Resources,Packaging,Packaging

    Italy’s new rules on plastic bags for food criticised

    New rules to cut the use of plastic bags in Italy have been brought into force, but the measures have been criticised by consumers and ..
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    • General Policy,Packaging,Brexit and the EU

    UK environment strategy promises green Brexit

    UK prime minister Theresa May has pledged to use Brexit to strengthen and enhance environmental standards in Britain, not to weaken them ..
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    • Chemicals,Packaging,Packaging

    MEPs reject call to ban BPA in food packaging

    The European Parliament’s environment committee rejected on Thursday a motion calling for a ban on the endocrine disrupting chemical bisphenol-A in food packaging ..
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    • Chemicals,Packaging

    MEPs moot ban on BPA in food packaging

    The European Parliament’s environment committee could call for an outright ban on the use of bisphenol-A in plastic food packaging when it votes on Thursday ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Packaging

    German NGO warns over impact of China plastics ban

    China’s ban on plastic waste imports means Germany’s recycling sector faces a growing plastic backlog over the coming months, an environmental NGO has warned ..
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    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    Parliament, Council reach agreement on waste targets

    The European Parliament and Council have reached an agreement on the final version of revised EU waste laws and have potentially reached a compromise on ..
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    • Waste & Resources,General Policy,EU's Circular Economy

    Businesses call for greater circular economy support

    Greater policy support for resource efficiency could add €324bn to business output by 2030, EU leaders have been told ..
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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 ..
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    • 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 ..
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    • 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 ..
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    • 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 ..
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    • 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 ..
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