Ending the UK’s involvement in the EU chemical framework REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) could have serious consequences, says the Environmental Policy Forum. The effective regulation of chemicals is critical for the economy, public health, environmental protection, … Continue reading →
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EU ambassadors have endorsed the provisional agreement on the four legislative proposals of the waste package reached with the European Parliament late last year, with an increase in recycling targets for all member states. The new rules establish legally binding targets for … Continue reading →
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Environment Secretary Michael Gove is set to pledge to deliver a “green Brexit” today, according to reports. Mr Gove replaced Andrea Leadsom in the role following the snap general election. The prominent campaigner for Brexit’s “green” credentials have previously been … Continue reading →
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Thirteen major environmental charities in the Greener UK coalition have begun working with a cross-party group of MPs to ensure the Repeal Bill does not “dilute” the force of environmental law in the UK. The MPs that back the amendment … Continue reading →
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Negotiations with the European Parliament on all four legislative proposals on waste – as part of the Circular Economy Package – will begin next week, after a negotiating mandate was agreed by ministers through the European Council. Negotiations are expected … Continue reading →
New research shows which EU members states will support proposals aimed at boosting EU waste policy in the negotiations taking place in Brussels in the coming weeks. Of the six measures, the UK failed to disclose its position. This is … Continue reading →
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MEPs have voted to adopt seven breakthrough measures for tackling the problem of litter through EU member states. Following the vote at Strasbourg this week (10 May) a series of measures will be adopted by EU member states to share … Continue reading →
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Environment MEPs yesterday (11 April) put forward a number of possible measures to cut the EU 88m tonnes per year food waste by half by 2030. MEPs called on the European Commission to lift existing restrictions on food donations and … Continue reading →
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