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EU countries try again to decide on an extra year of glyphosate

The EU countries try again on Tuesday to agree on a temporary extension of the authorization of glyphosate in pesticides. Current admission expires...

Wojciechowski: Allow Renure fertilizer quickly, but not everywhere

Most EU countries agree with the Belgian-Dutch request to the European Commission to get dry natural Renure manure...

Support for Dutch plan for admission dry Menure fertilizer in EU

The Netherlands and four other EU countries urge the European Commission to use a new type of dry fertilizer…

EU broadens and extends temporary state aid for agricultural sector

The European Commission will allow the EU countries to grant temporary state aid to farms affected by the consequences of the...

EU: money from rural fund also for biogas and new energy rate

The EU countries agree that part of the hundreds of billions for the European energy transition will have to come from...

Increasing dryness in EU; Already damage reports in agriculture

The severe drought that has hit European countries since the beginning of this year continued to spread and worsen in August.

EU experts adjust criteria for new food label Nutri-Score

A working group of seven European countries has established adapted criteria for the introduction of a uniform European food label, nutri-score. The changes...

European Parliament: investments in nuclear energy and natural gas 'sustainable'

Nuclear energy and natural gas can also be seen as green forms of energy in the European Union. Last week, the European Parliament approved...

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…

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