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Brussels, International — The European Commission today adopted new guidelines on how to cover the costs of dismantling old nuclear power plants. Greenpeace described the move as a 'useful step forward', but added that binding rules on...
Lahti, Finland, International — Today, Greenpeace urged European leaders meeting in Finland to stop relying on fuel imports and put renewable energy and energy efficiency at the core of their energy security discussions. The message "Energy...
Brussels, Belgium — WWF, Greenpeace et les Amis de la Terre Europe ont accueilli très favorablement les objectifs pour l’efficacité énergétique proposés aujourd’hui par la Commission Européenne afin de réduire la consommation totale d’énergie...
Brussels, Belgium — News that French authorities have detected another variety of illegal genetically engineered (GE) rice
contained in US imports to the EU – the third illegal GE rice scandal in Europe in two months – should prompt...
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