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MEPs want tech firms to adopt universal charger, Commission ‘ready’ to take matter in hand

By |februar 3rd, 2020|Apple, European Commission, European Parliament, lightning, Micro-usb, News, phone charger, USB-C|

In a resolution adopted on 30 January, MEPs called on the Commission to force tech companies to adopt a universal charger. EURACTIV's partner Le Journal de l'Environnement reports.

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Future of France’s organic products may lie in hands of large supermarkets

By |januar 8th, 2020|agriculture, distribution, France, News, organic farming, Organic food, organic products, supermarket chains|

If the production of organic products continues to grow every year in France, mass distribution will supply even more of these products by 2022, according to an analysis note from the Xerfi Precepta Institute. But could such a development prove to be r...

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Only 1.5% of France’s waters are truly protected, expert says

By |oktober 29th, 2019|Biodiversity, fishing, France, France Nature Environnement, marine, marine protected areas, national marine protected areas congress, News|

To what degree are French waters genuinely protected? In an interview with EURACTIV's partner le Journal de l'Environnement, conducted after the fourth National Marine Protected Areas Congress (23-24 October), Élodie Martinie-Cousty of the France Nature Environnement (FNE) explained the situation.

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Commission sets out 2020 fishing quotas in the Atlantic and North Sea

By |oktober 28th, 2019|cod, European Commission, fish, fish quotas, haddock, maximum sustainable yield, News, North Sea, over-fishing, TACs, total allowable catches|

On 24 October, the EU proposed to significantly reduce total allowable catches (TACs) in the North-East Atlantic and the North Sea for cod starting in 2020. EURACTIV's partner le Journal de l'Environnement reports. 

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Electric fishing kills 57% of the seabed’s population, study reveals

By |oktober 17th, 2019|Biodiversity, Bloom, Cefas, electric fishing, fishing, News, pulse fishing, seabed, United Kingdom|

The UK's Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science is due to publish a study according to which pulse trawling, also known as electric fishing, kills off more than half of the seabed species, while traditional fishing methods only impac...

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International negotiations to protect the high seas advancing at ‘snail’s pace’

By |september 4th, 2019|Biodiversity, Climate Change, Greenpeace, haute mer, high seas, IDDRI, martime zones, negotiations, New York, News, UN, UN intergovernmental conference, zones marines|

The third session of negotiations on the preservation of marine biodiversity in the high seas held under a UN Intergovernmental Conference came to an end in New York on 30 August. However, negotiations only resulted in a framework for a future treaty. ...

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Humanity is increasingly living above its means

By |avgust 19th, 2019|Climate Change, France, greenhouse gas emissions, News, resources, US|

On Monday (29 July), which is three days earlier than last year, humanity had consumed more resources than the planet is capable of offering within a year. This is according to a report by the environmental NGO Global Footprint Network. EURACTIV's part...

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Mediterannean is Europe’s most waste-polluted sea, study says

By |julij 31st, 2019|France, Mediterranean Sea, News, waste, water pollution|

The Mediterranean Sea is the most waste-polluted sea in Europe, according to a 20-year study conducted by the French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea (Ifremer). EURACTIV's partner le Journal de l'Environnement reports.

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Two French MPs want their Parliament to discuss Europe’s overfishing problem

By |julij 23rd, 2019|fisheries, fishing, France, national assembly, News, overfishing, quotas|

Two French MPs presented a report to the French parliamentary committee on European affairs on 17 July. The report recommended 27 measures to prevent the collapse of Europe's fish resources. EURACTIV's partner le Journal de l'environnement reports.

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France’s newly implemented deposit-return scheme receives strong criticism

By |junij 25th, 2019|circular economy, deposit system, FEDEREC, News, Waste and recycling|

A deposit-return scheme not yet launched in France is already being strongly criticised by local authorities and recyclers, who consider it ineffective and regret not having been sufficiently consulted about it. EURACTIV's partner le Journal de l'Environnement reports.

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