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There are two parts of this question: What has been voted on in the European Parliament and what legal effect does this have? Is this tied to reduction of greenhouse gas emissions? The first part is quickly answered: EU Regulations come into force if they have been agreed upon by Parliament, Council and Commission. The vote above is Parliament asserting ...


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I don't think the two issues you mention are conflicting. The first article in your question is about naming certain food products. From the article: Amendment 165 would effectively ban widely accepted and commonly used terms, such as ‘veggie burger,’ or ‘plant-based steak’. Amendment 171 would further restrict the naming of dairy alternatives by ...


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This is an amendment to an EU regulation. If approved by parliament and agreed by qualified majority vote in council and the commission then it would become "law" and would enter into force across the EU (at a particular time as specified in the regulation). The EU is not a "Green" organisation, though it and its members are generally ...


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Are any governments promoting work from home as an effective solution to decreasing pollution and CO2 emissions? Make 60% ‘Work from Home’ Permanently?, Sep 23, 2020 The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is adding a new carbon-reduction strategy to its “Plan Bay Area 2050 Final Blueprint” document – a mandate that large companies that currently have ...


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