In this issue:
..European Chemicals Agency consults on BPA classification
..Norway proposes to restrict decaBDE
..Danish register of goods containing nanomaterials
..New eco-design measures for vacuum cleaners
..Updated eco-design requirements for household electronics and televisions
..New Directive published on regulating offshore oil and gas safety
..Consultation on EU nuclear liability rules
- Climate Change:
..European Parliament approval of CO2 backloading
..Member States add industrial sectors to EU carbon leakage list
..Highest French court overturns Monsanto ban
..New pesticide restriction agreed by Member States
- The Months Ahead:
..Workshops & Conferences
- Excerpt from OTHE:
Highest French court overturns Monsanto ban -
France’s highest administrative court has overturned the country’s ban on Monsanto’s MON810 genetically modified maize. The court supported a 2011 ruling of the EU court that emergency bans like that in place in France should only be taken when there is a serious risk to human health, animal health or the environment. The court sustained that in the case of MON810 no such risks had been demonstrated...
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Topics: BPA, Carbon Emissions, Chemicals, Climate Change, Environmental Policies, EU, Green Technology, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Monsanto, Nuclear Power
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