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Brussels, Belgium — The European Commission has been unable to send a clear message on energy security by once again downgrading the importance of energy efficiency and providing a lifeline to coal and nuclear energy, said Greenpeace today...
Brussels, Belgium — A study published today by the Austrian government identified serious health threats of genetically modified (GM) crops.
In one of the very few long-term feeding studies ever conducted with GM crops, the fertility of mice...
Nuclear energy cannot fulfil Europe’s energy needs, but burdens countries with spiralling costs and constitutes an enormous threat to the environment, said Greenpeace at an EU-sponsored meeting on nuclear energy in Bratislava today.(1)
Brussels, Belgium — The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) should be banned from issuing opinions on genetically modified crops until it is able to assess the long-term impact of GM technology on health and the environment, said Greenpeace...
Brussels, Belgium — European civil society, transparency and consumer groups have today raised the bar for EU transparency rules by presenting a new set of guidelines that goes well beyond the weak and unclear requirements of the European...
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