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UPDATED ON 20 JANUARY 2014 - A Greenpeace media briefing on the 2030 climate and energy package
Brussels – The European Commission has today announced it is launching an in-depth investigation into potentially illegal state aid schemes for a new nuclear plant in the UK, known as Hinkley C.
Brussels – As EU fisheries ministers convene in Brussels today to discuss the 2014 fish quotas, Greenpeace is calling on them to honour their commitment to end overfishing by 2015 by limiting catches to sustainable levels. Ministers will agree...
An Analysis of neonicotinoid insecticides in the guttation fluid of growing maize plants
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