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    • Climate,Transport

    Car CO2 targets should be realistic

    Future CO2 reductions are strongly dependent on sales of alternatively-powered cars, but their affordability remains a major barrier for Europeans, according to ACEA's Erik Jonnaert ..
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    • Transport,Chemicals,Pollution

    EU's ammonia emissions rose in 2016, EEA data finds

    Several EU member states have exceeded limits of ammonia (NH3), and nitrogen oxide (NOx) with agriculture and transport the main culprits, according to new data from the ..
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    • Waste & Resources,EU's Circular Economy,Packaging

    Austrian presidency: Time to tackle plastic waste

    The Austrian presidency will play a crucial role in the conclusion of important legislative dossiers before the end of the legislature term ..
    Comment
    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    Ship owners warn EU against unilateral action on CO2

    The global trade body for merchant shipping has warned of “disastrous consequences” for maritime regulation should the EU take unilateral action to reduce CO2 emissions ..
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    • Climate

    Fresh research supports ‘top-up’ CO2 cost for generators

    European power generators should be forced to pay a fixed minimum price for the GHGs they emit in addition to the cost of allowances under ..
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    • Transport,General Policy

    Spanish government plans to increase diesel tax

    Spain’s new ecological transition ministry is working on plans to raise fuel duty on diesel in stages to bring it into line with taxation on ..
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    • General Policy

    Austrian presidency: Priorities and expectations

    Austria will take over the EU’s six-month rotating presidency on 1 July. Here, Maltese S&D MEP Miriam Dalli outlines what she expects from the next ..
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    • Climate,Transport

    UN agency reaches 'flawed' deal on aviation CO2

    A UN-brokered scheme aimed at slowing emissions from the rapidly-expanding aviation sector has been accused of lacking green credibility after countries agreed to mandate conventional ..
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    • Transport

    Carmakers warn MEPs against ‘unrealistic’ EV target

    Carmakers have warned MEPs against ‘unrealistic’ targets for new car and van CO2 emissions reductions after their research revealed financial barriers to electric vehicle uptake ..
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    • Climate,Transport

    Ban diesel cars, say campaigners

    Health and environment campaigners have urged European policymakers to ban diesel cars as soon as possible to protect human health ..
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    • Transport

    Analysis casts doubt on natural gas as future shipping fuel

    Switching to liquified natural gas is a costly and ineffective way of reducing the shipping industry’s greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new study commissioned ..
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    • Climate,Transport

    Governments deeply divided over EU car emissions limits

    An EU Council summit on Monday revealed stark divisions on EU transport policy, with some ministers warning that asking car makers to cut CO2 output ..
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    • Waste & Resources

    Governments critical of EU drinking water proposal

    Environment ministers rejected on Monday proposals requiring free drinking water in public places that the European Commission hopes would help reduce the use of disposable ..
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    • Waste & Resources,Pollution

    Council and Parliament to ‘give priority’ to single-use plastic

    The EC's proposal to restrict the use of disposable plastic products will be treated as a matter of priority by the EU Council and European ..
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    • Climate,Energy,Transport

    Aviation emissions talks stall

    Talks on a UN-sponsored aviation greenhouse gas reduction scheme may fail to deliver a clear outcome next week, as some developing countries push for weak ..
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