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Brussels, Belgium — Luxembourg is expected to join Austria, France, Greece and Hungary in banning the use and sale of a genetically modified (GM) maize developed by US chemical company Monsanto.
Brussels, Belgium — European leaders agreed to raise money for developing countries to tackle climate change at the EU Spring Summit in Brussels today, but failed to put any money on the table to support their plans. Greenpeace believes the lack...
Brussels, Belgium — "The EU is investing in carbon capture and storage, but the technology is not even available yet, and will not come on line in time to make a difference in the fight against climate change, nor to help economic recovery. On...
Brussels, Belgium — The European Investment Bank (EIB) has extended €3 billion in cheap loans to eight European carmakers for the development and production of cleaner vehicles. Greenpeace and CEE Bankwatch Network call on the EIB to ensure...
Brussels, Belgium — EU finance ministers, whose meeting was blockaded by hundreds of Greenpeace activists in Brussels earlier this morning, have failed to agree on funding to tackle climate change in developing countries.
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