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Record number of EU countries opposes Commission plan to allow pesticide-producing GM...

Press release | February 11, 2014 at 12:38

Brussels – A substantial majority of EU countries has voted against a Commission plan to allow the cultivation of a genetically modified (GM) maize, known as 1507. Greenpeace warned that if the Commission nonetheless authorised the crop, despite...

Parliament pans Commission plan to drop national renewable energy targets after 2020

Press release | February 5, 2014 at 13:17

Brussels/Strasbourg – The European Parliament has weighed in on the debate on EU 2030 climate and energy policies and voted against the Commission’s proposal to drop binding 2030 renewable energy targets for EU member states. On 22 January, as...

EU investigation calls Hinkley nuclear deal into question

Press release | January 31, 2014 at 14:40

Commenting on the European commission's investigation into UK plans to subsidise the construction and operation of a new nuclear reactor at the Hinkley nuclear plant, Greenpeace UK chief scientist Dr Doug Parr said:

EU falls short of eliminating subsidies that fuel overfishing

Press release | January 29, 2014 at 10:01

Brussels – The European Parliament, EU governments and the Commission reached a political agreement last night on the new European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF), but the final deal could undermine efforts to improve fishing rules, said...

Commission president Barroso sells out on climate and energy policy

Press release | January 22, 2014 at 12:27

Brussels –The European Commission has released a disappointing package of proposals on EU climate and energy policy up to 2030, said Greenpeace. EU governments now need to correct the flaws in these proposals and increase their ambition.

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