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    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    Parliament rejects fossil fuel funds exclusion

    The European Parliament has rejected proposals to exclude fossil fuel projects from EU trans-European infrastructure funding as well as measures to cap support for gas ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,Products

    Industry platform to foster recycled plastics market

    A new industry platform has been set up by the European Commission to encourage the development of the recycled plastics market ..
    News
    • General Policy

    Parliament backs green funding boost

    MEPs have strongly backed plans to significantly increase funding for the EU’s LIFE programme for climate and environment projects for the 2021-2027 period ..
    News
    • Climate,Energy,Transport,General Policy

    France fuel tax protests: lessons for policymakers

    Following French president Emmanuel Macron’s decision to rethink a carbon tax on vehicle fuel in the face of widespread protests, what lessons could policymakers learn? ..
    Comment
    • Climate,Energy,COP24: UN climate talks

    Climate finance dispute overshadows limited progress at COP24

    Familiar disputes over financing for climate action in developing nations look set be be an obstacle to comprehensive agreement COP24 ..
    News
    • Pollution,Products,Packaging

    Plastic bottle measure could cost €8.7bn, says sector

    European Commission proposals to require plastic drinks bottles to have tethered caps to prevent litter could cost firms up to €8.7bn, according to new industry-commissioned ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,Products,Packaging

    Denmark unveils Plastics Action Plan

    Denmark is to set up a national plastics centre to identify barriers to recycling and reuse of plastics, as central parts of a new government ..
    News
    • General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    Lead MEPs demand mainstreaming of ‘green investments’

    The greening of all sectors of the economy should be incentivised under a proposed EU framework for green investments, the European Parliament’s lead negotiators said ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,Packaging

    EU recycled content proposal for plastic bottles

    EU governments would be set a voluntary 35% target for recycled content in new plastic bottles under new compromise text prepared by the Austrian presidency ..
    News
    • General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    MEPs seek tougher criteria for 'green' investments

    The future EU framework for determining environmentally sustainable financial activities has been strengthened in a European Parliament draft report on the taxonomy regulation ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,Products,Packaging

    Recyclers renew call for plastic bottle target

    A growing coalition of plastics recyclers and campaign groups have redoubled a call for governments to agree legislation that would mandate a 35% recycled content ..
    News
    • Pollution,Products

    Austria seeks compromise on plastic litter rules

    Governments appear to be considering changes to their position on proposals to limit single-use plastic products in a bid to reach a compromise with MEPs ..
    News
    • Energy,Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy

    Back waste incineration funding exclusion, MEPs told

    Environmental groups have appealed to centre-left MEPs to back European Commission proposals to exclude incinerators and other residual waste facilities from EU cohesion funding ..
    News
    • Climate

    Parliament backs higher EU climate spending

    The European Parliament has voted to increase EU spending on climate action in the post-2020 budget ..
    News
    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    EU governments ‘undermining’ plastic ban proposal

    Environmental campaigners have slammed EU governments for undermining the European Commission’s proposals on banning some single-use plastic products ..
    News
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