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15-Sep-2015
 

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EU fails to agree on migrant redistribution system

EU ministers failed on Monday (14 September) to break a deadlock over sharing out responsibility for sheltering the hundreds of thousands of people who have sought asylum in Europe this year, leaving the shape of a final deal in doubt.

Can the 'Made in Germany' approach lead to self-sufficiency?

SPECIAL REPORT / The German government wants to spruce up the African agricultural sector with "Green Innovation Centres", as well as by using the help of German agribusiness. Critics warn against making the same mistakes that were made 40 years ago.

Italy reluctant to tackle illegal landfills

After the European Court of Justice imposed heavy fines on Italy in 2014 for 198 illegal landfills, only 13 have actually been brought up to code. EurActiv Italy reports.

This year’s European Transport Forum will engage the debate on how to fulfill the need for enhanced safety and security of the European Transport System through improved use of ITS and data information exchange while respecting data privacy.

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French winemakers hunt for climate change-resistant grape

Amid the bustle of a busy harvest in France's famed Beaujolais wine-making region, a quiet effort is underway to counter one of the industry's biggest potential threats: climate change.

Berlin and London play hardball in shaping vision for the EMU

The eurozone's rulebook and its anti-crisis mechanisms have been bolstered since the outset of the Great Recession. But serious risks are looming, as growth potential remains low, and the economic governance framework is “not fit for purpose”, Benoît Cœuré said after the Ecofin Council on 12 September.

EU calls into question Germany's brown coal compromise

The European Commission fears that Germany's new electricity market reforms will breach EU guidelines by giving environmentally-harmful brown coal power plants special treatment. EurActiv Germany reports.

Polish opposition threat to quit ETS seen as political manoeuvre

Threats from Poland's opposition to quit the European Union's Emissions Trading System (ETS) should they prevail in an October election are political posturing and unlikely to translate into concrete action, analysts said.

Catalan independence: Fears mount amongst separatist critics

As the run up to the Catalan elections gets under way, Spain and Europe are starting to consider what impact independence for Catalonia would have. EurActiv Spain reports.

Eastern member states blocking resolution of EU migrant crisis

European Union members were on collision course on Monday (14 September) over proposals to distribute refugees across the continent, a plan backed by safe-haven Germany, but resisted by several ex-Communist states in the east.

EU court ruling toughens regulations on chemicals of 'very high concern'

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled on 10 September to strengthen the obligations of manufacturers to declare the presence of ‘substances of very high concern’ in their products. Journal de l'Environnement reports .

Nations using child soldiers are invited to British arms fair

Britain is continuing to defy the UN by selling arms to countries where child soldiers are routinely used or where youngsters are targeted in war zones.

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Interviews

Gabriel: Germany calls upon international community to aid refugees' homelands

German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel (SPD), has called for more aid to be given to Jordan and Lebanon, to help them deal with the refugee crisis, more European solidarity, and a new relationship with Russia. Der Tagesspiegel reports.

Czech EU Secretary: Refugee quotas are just a PR exercise

Refugee quotas as proposed by the Commission are just a public relations exercise. Refugees should have an opportunity to choose the country where they want to seek asylum, Tomáš Prouza, State Secretary for European affairs told EurActiv Czech Republic in an exclusive interview.

Hogan: Empowering women farmers in developing countries is ‘absolutely crucial’

SPECIAL REPORT/ In a wide-ranging exclusive interview, Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan shared his vision of how the EU and developing countries could greatly improve global food security togther, through innovation and sustainable farming practices.

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LinksDossiers

CAP: Still a work in progress

In June 2013, politicians approved the first major reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in a decade, following months of haggling over quotas, subsidies and measures to improve environmental accountability.

Opinion / Analysis

The EU should reward, not punish its loyal partner Azerbaijan

The European Union’s double standards in its dealings with Azerbaijan are damaging to the trust of a people that embraces European values, writes Ceyhun Osmanlı.

How to avoid another Tianjin disaster

Safety precautions may not make the headlines, but they are the most effective preventative against industrial accidents with hazardous materials, writes Christian Friis Bach.

The true cost of coal in Poland

Poland appears to be the only country that wants the UN Climate Change Conference aimed at putting a legally binding cap on global warming to end in failure, writes Anna Dubowik.

Some open questions in Britain’s EU referendum puzzle

David Cameron has spoken of restricting benefits received by EU migrants. But details on the reforms he has requested, in exchange for Britain remaining in the EU, are vague, writes Melanie Sully.

Infographics

INFOGRAPHIC: Financing climate change and development

External development finance plays a key role in supporting developing countries in their transition to a low-carbon, climate-resilient and sustainable development pathway.

INFOGRAPHIC: Curbing illicit financial flows is a resource for Africa

Over the last 50 years, Africa is estimated to have lost in excess of $1 trillion in illicit financial flows (IFFs). This sum is roughly equivalent to all of the official development assistance (ODA) received by Africa during the same timeframe. Currently, Africa is estimated to be losing more than $50 billion annually in IFFs.

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