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Brussels - Commenting on today's decision by the Commission to allow imports of 19 genetically modified organisms (GMO), including 17 GM crops and 2 GM flowers, Greenpeace EU food policy director Franziska Achterberg said:
Brussels - The European Commission published today a proposal to amend rules on EU imports of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The proposed reform would still allow the Commission to authorise the import of GMOs even where a majority of...
MEDIA BRIEFING - The Commission is about to announce a revision of the way EU decisions are made on imports of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The plan is likely to fall short of a promise by Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker to...
In this document, Greenpeace, alongside BirdLife, ClientEarth, Oceana, Seas At Risk and WWF, sets priorities for the Juncker Commission on marine protection and sustainable fisheries management.
This briefing looks at how overfishing and changes in EU fisheries laws affect the investment environment in fishing and seafood sectors.
An EU expert body has released new draft coal plant pollution limits that are weaker than existing standards in China, the United States and Japan. The draft has only marginal changes compared to information released by Greenpeace in March,...
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