Big fat Greek lignite sale burns EU climate policies

By |februar 1st, 2019|coal phase-out, coal power, Competition policy, DG competition, Greece, lignite, News|

While other EU countries, such as Germany, announce plans for coal phase-out within the next 20 years in compliance with their Paris Agreement commitments, Greece’s future appears locked in carbon for decades to come, write Demetres Karavellas and Nikos Charalambides.

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Agrifood mergers bad for farmers, experts warn

By |oktober 16th, 2017|Agrifood, anti-trust, anti-trust authority, Bayer, Bayer Monsanto merger, competition, DG competition, Dow Chemical and DuPont merger, EU antitrust, fertilisers, Monsanto, News, Pesticides, seed companies|

Mergers in the agrifood sector squeeze farmers’ income and consolidate current models of food production, aggravating environmental and social fallouts, according to experts, who warn that they also create barriers for victims of industrial disasters seeking justice.

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