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Britain’s ban on sand eel fishing angers Danish fishermen, prompts EU challenge

Denmark pulls in approximately 100,000 tonnes of sand eels from UK waters every year – a catch valued at US$43 million. Fishing groups have warned...

China, EU hold environment, climate dialogue

Chinese Vice Premier Ding Xuexiang, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee,...

China, EU hold environment, climate dialogue

Chinese Vice Premier Ding Xuexiang, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee,...

Exclusive interview with Environment Commissioner Sinkevičius

In an exclusive interview late last week, outgoing EU commissioner for environment, oceans and fisheries Virginijus...

Europe’s landmark Green Deal at risk after EU elections slash Green MEP headcount by 25%

This weekend’s European Union elections marked the end of the bloc’s greenest parliament ever after concerns over everything from climate policies to migration gave...

Far-right parties make gains in EU Parliament elections

Far-right parties make gains in EU Parliament elections - CBS News ...

EU elections kick off against a backdrop of China disputes, ‘greenlash’ and possible Trump return

Belgian Foreign minister Hadja Lahbib poses with a European flag in a mock polling station box to encourage people to vote in the upcoming...

Why the EU’s Deforestation-Free Regulation Is Not Working in Southeast Asia

The European Union’s palm oil ban is well underway, and Indonesia and Malaysia are taking action to protect their global palm oil exports, filing complaints...

The end of the road for fast fashion? The EU hopes so

It’s estimated that the fashion industry is one of the world’s greatest polluters, responsible for about...

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