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    • 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 ..
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    • Energy

    Electricity subsidies ‘in doubt’ across EU after ruling

    The future of electricity capacity mechanisms across Europe have been put into question after an EU court ruling led to the suspension of the UK’s ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    Spanish carmakers blast 2040 diesel and petrol ban

    Representatives of Spain’s vehicle manufacturing sector have attacked government plans, announced on Tuesday, to ban the sale of CO2-emitting cars and light commercial vehicles from ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    New fossil fuel plants ‘will scupper climate aims’

    There should be no place for new fossil-fuel power plants in Europe, campaigners have said, after the IEA said virtually all new energy investment must ..
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    • Climate,Energy

    Electricity reform negotiations deadlocked

    A controversial electricity market reform remained deadlocked on Tuesday, leaving the most contentious issues to be resolved at a fifth and final round of talks ..
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    • Climate,Transport,Pollution

    Greens reject gas as route to cleaner lorries and buses

    The EU should boost investment in new technologies to cut greenhouse gas output from lorries and buses, and not rely on gas as a replacement ..
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    • Climate,General Policy,Markets & Corporate

    MEPs back strict disclosure of investment sustainability

    Financial institutions and asset managers must consider the sustainability and disclose the related risks of their investments, MEPs have said as they backed stricter regulation ..
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    • Transport,Pollution

    Data shows new diesels meeting EU pollution limits

    Modern diesel cars are increasingly less polluting, automakers have said citing fresh data, but environmental campaigners claimed the EU’s new testing regime does not measure ..
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    • 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 ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Governments agree disposable plastics ban position

    EU member states have agreed their position on proposals for a directive to ban a range of single-use plastic items to tackle the environmental impact ..
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    • Pollution,Products,Packaging

    Protesters demand governments back plastics ban

    Campaigners have called on EU environment ministers not to water down European Commission proposals, supported by MEPs, to ban a range of disposable plastic products ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Products,Packaging

    Council moots watering down disposable plastics ban

    National governments are considering weakening proposals to ban a range of disposable plastic products commonly found in beach litter, according to a leaked EU Council ..
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    • Pollution,Products,Packaging

    MEPs call to broaden disposable plastics ban

    The European Parliament has voted in favour of extending a list of disposable plastics to be banned in the EU from 2021 under recent proposals ..
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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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    • 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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