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Easing Green Deal for EU agriculture extended by one year

The European Commission has announced that the temporary relaxation of two parts of the new agricultural policy in favor of the falling Ukrainian export...

The WTO allows EU to impose stricter requirements on food imports

The European Commission says that stricter environmental and climate taxes on the import of food products from non-EU countries are not in conflict with…

EU Agriculture Committee discusses past, present and future

Reversing or canceling the Green Deal is of no use as it is not a legally binding law but just…

German poultry wants a European ban on killing chicks quickly

The chairman of the German poultry industry believes that European rules against the killing of male chicks should be introduced as soon as possible.

EU countries: now less environmental requirements for agriculture and food

Spanish Agriculture Minister Luis Planas has called on the European Commission to stop introducing stricter environmental laws for European farmers for the time being.

Germany tries to avert nitrate fine at the last minute

Last week, at the very last minute, Germany submitted a new Nitrate Regulation to the European Commission. The deadline expired on Friday...

EU calls subsidy for energy from gas and nuclear power plants 'sustainable'

The European Commission has investments in gas-fired power plants and nuclear power plants as 'sustainable' labeled. This means that such energy sources remain the…

The brakes on livestock transport in EU countries are far from being put in practice

The European Parliament's new position that road transport of cattle for slaughter should be limited to a maximum of eight hours is still a long way off...

European Parliament limits transport of slaughter cattle to a maximum of 8 hours

The European Parliament has approved a critical investigative report into abuses in livestock transport, especially in exports to countries outside the...

Timmermans: investigations into F2F consequences give a distorted picture

Vice-President Frans Timmermans of the European Commission believes that recent studies into the consequences of the Green Deal and the...

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