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Brussels/Helsinki, Belgium — The Member State Committee of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) agreed yesterday on the first 15 hazardous chemicals of very high concern which will be placed on the so-called REACH(1) ‘candidate list’ later this...
Brussels, Belgium — The European Parliament’s environment committee voted this afternoon to keep the EU trapped in the 19th century by setting weak emission performance standards for coal plants, said Greenpeace.
Brussels, Belgium — MEPs voting in the European Parliament’s environment committee today have confirmed the European Commission’s proposed answer to climate change, but have lacked the ambition to go further, said Climate Action Network Europe...
Brussels, Belgium — The French Presidency is giving up any pretence of trying to limit the climate impact of cars, said Greenpeace today following the revelation of France’s proposal ahead of a Council working group meeting on car emissions...
Brussels, Belgium — In a surprising turn of events at the European Parliament today, MEPs from the environment committee have backed legislation to reduce the impact of cars on the climate.
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