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The European Union is pursuing plans to impose mandatory flight-tracking in response to the disappearance of a Malaysian jetliner, but will not mandate a specific interval for position updates.
Businesses are abandoning recycled materials in favour of cheaper virgin materials. The French recycling industry's profits fell by 2% in 2014. EurActiv France reports.
Nearly half of the world's 200 biggest companies actively fight regulation to protect the climate, a study has revealed. French business group MEDEF and oil company Total are among the worst offenders. EurAtiv France reports.
New energy standards for home boilers entering into force this month are expected to take offline the equivalent of 47 Fukushima-type nuclear power stations in Europe by 2020, according to official EU data compiled by the European Environmental Bureau (EEB).
Lilian Greenwood is the new Shadow Secretary of State for Transport and Lisa Nandy becomes Energy and Climate Change Shadow Secretary as Jeremy Corbyn's announces his new front bench team following his election as leader of the Labour Party.
SPECIAL REPORT / Farmers in the Global South can protect their business by insuring their crops against climate hazards. But this system is held back by a lack of reliable climate data. EurActiv France reports.