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#TTIPleaks: confidential TTIP papers unveil US position

Press release | May 1, 2016 at 19:00

Brussels, 1 May 2016 – Greenpeace Netherlands has obtained 248 pages of leaked Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiating texts [1], which will be published on Monday 2 May at 11:00 CET. The documents unveil for the first...

TTIP: EU and US show signs of desperation, Greenpeace

Press release | April 24, 2016 at 9:15

Brussels – Growing opposition to a transatlantic trade deal (TTIP) and faltering negotiations mean talks cannot be wrapped up anytime soon, said Greenpeace as EU and US politicians attempt to show renewed resolve for a deal. Outgoing US president...

Commission fails to regulate new GMOs after intense US lobbying

Press release | April 21, 2016 at 10:08

Brussels – The European Commission has shelved a legal opinion confirming that a new breed of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) must undergo rigorous safety testing and labelling. This follows intense lobbying by the US government.

EU Parliament backs glyphosate restrictions

Press release | April 13, 2016 at 14:34

Brussels/Strasbourg – MEPs have backed restrictions on the use of glyphosate – the world’s most used weedkiller – and a shortening of its licence, amid rising health concerns.

Flawed Commission analysis backs new subsidies for obsolete power plants

Press release | April 13, 2016 at 14:13

Brussels – The European Commission today published preliminary findings of its inquiry into public funding schemes for power plants, known as “capacity mechanisms”. The seriously flawed analysis backs these subsidies, which use taxpayers’ money...

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