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International Environment Reporter™

International Environment Reporter™ helps you understand environmental laws, regulations, policies and trends in major industrialized and developing nations, as well as in international governmental and nongovernmental organizations.

 

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Find out about global "green" legislation even before it becomes law, tracking from proposal to enactment, amendment to enforcement in more than 50 countries around the world. Avoid costly fines for non-compliance with legal provisions, especially in Canada, the European Union, and Mexico. Follow the development of EU directives and regulations as well as UN, IMO, and OECD treaties and recommendations. Locate key agencies in charge of environment and safety laws, regulations, and policies in individual countries and organizations, including UN, OECD, UNFCC, and implementations of REACH and GHS.

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Rely on Bloomberg BNA's worldwide network of reporters and correspondents, to gain a vital, current perspective on changing international environment and safety laws and standards. Access hard-to-find materials from around the world, not otherwise readily available — news, essential documents, expert analysis, and more. Understand the institutional framework for environmental programs in other countries to better work within them.


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  • Outside experts contribute Analysis and Perspective articles on leading issues.
  • Special Reports by Bloomberg BNA reporters and correspondents on the ground will provide insights on specific topics and trends.
  • Calendar of events keeps you fully up-to-date.
  • Annual Outlook articles give insights into official actions and issues to watch in individual countries for the coming year.
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  • Air
  • Biological diversity
  • Biotechnology
  • Carbon taxes and other environment-related taxes
  • Chemicals
  • Climate change
  • Electronic waste (WEEE)
  • Emissions trading
  • Energy
  • Enforcement
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Forests
  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Hazardous waste cleanup
  • Land use
  • Marine affairs
  • Mining
  • Motor vehicles
  • NAFTA
  • Nanomaterials
  • Noise
  • Nuclear energy
  • Oil spills
  • Ozone depletion
  • Pesticides
  • Pipelines
  • Pollution control
  • Radioactive waste
  • Rainforests
  • Recycling
  • Sewerage projects
  • Sustainable development
  • Water quality and supply

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Current reports providing news and developments.

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Print reference material is updated regularly and indexed semi-annually.

Print notification is issued bi-weekly and indexed every six months, culminating annually.

Web reference is updated weekly.

Web notification is published continually and archived to 02.07.1996.

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Japan Forecasts Significant Commercial Hydrogen Fuel Market in Coming Decades
July 31
France Adopts Energy Transition Draft Bill With Intermediate Fossil-Fuel-Cutting Targets
July 31
Southeast Asia, Caribbean, Oceania Face Highest Coastal Risks, Report Says
July 31
Environmentalists Question British Columbia Plan to Eventually Ship LNG to China
July 31
Santiago's Air Pollution Battle Plan Could Include Electric Buses, Firewood Restrictions
July 31
Role of Natural Gas Shortages in Mexico Debated With Need for Reliable Supply
July 31
U.S., India Pledge Cooperation on Climate, Clean Energy, but Unity on HFCs Elusive
July 31
‘Scoreboard' Says Most EU Countries Comply With Law to Fight Illegally Logged Timber
July 30
Russia Bans Fruit, Vegetable Imports From Poland, Citing Concerns Over Pesticides
July 30
Israeli Government Agency Opposes Oil Shale Pilot Program Outside Jerusalem
July 30
Mexico Seeks to Learn From California's Renewable Energy, Climate Experience
July 30
Indonesia's Incoming President Backs Singapore Plan for Tougher Haze Fines
July 30
German Water Supply Threatened As Climate Change Raises Risks of Drought, Imbalances
July 30
Delaying Climate Policies Risks Higher Economic Costs, White House Report Says
July 30
UPS Meets Global Carbon Reduction Goal, Credits Mapping Software, Efficient Vehicles
July 30
EPA Proposal Would Set Global Warming Potentials for Fluorinated Greenhouse Gases
July 30
Canada Updates Sea Disposal Permit Process
July 30
Belarus Toughens Recycling Rules for Business
July 30
California, Mexico Sign Agreements To Cooperate on Clean Energy, Climate
July 29
Brazilian Prosecutors, Beef Exporters Agree To Promote Sustainable Cattle Ranching
July 29
German Onshore Wind Installations Soar As Developers Try to Beat Aid Cut
July 29
China Promotes Low-Carbon Technology
July 29
China Investigation Finds Major Issues With Nation's Water Treatment Plants
July 28
U.K. Launches First Shale Gas Licensing In Six Years with Tighter Environmental Rules
July 28
Alberta's South Saskatchewan Regional Plan Sets Environmental Framework for Area
July 28
British Columbia Offers Pulp Mills Millions For Conservation Plans After Electricity Hike
July 28
Canada Concludes 49 Chemical Substances Not Toxic, Will Further Monitor 28 of Them
July 28
Government Says Chilean Mine Companies To Obtain 25% of Water From Sea by 2021
July 28
Brazil Industrial Confederation Report Proposes Simplifying Environmental Licensing
July 28
Russia's New Environmental Law Introduces Best Available Technology Requirements
July 28
Israel Committee Approves Exploratory Oil Drilling in Golan Heights Despite Opposition
July 28
Kerry Hopes to Spark U.S.-India Cooperation In Trip Focusing on Climate, Security Issues
July 28
World Bank to Support Construction of Congo's Inga 3 Hydroelectric Power Plant
July 28
Mexico Plans to Tighten Heavy-Truck Emissions Standards by End of 2014
July 25
Economic Questions Surface Over Columbia River Treaty Renewal Between Canada, U.S.
July 25
Italy Notes a Decline in Amounts of Urban Trash But a Rise in Noise Pollution
July 25
Baltic, North Sea Regions Harmonize Risk Assessments Under Ballast Water Convention
July 25
Substance Information Exchange Forums Target of Draft Proposal, Commission Says
July 25
German Push Toward Renewable Energy Affecting Stability of Electricity Grid
July 25
Japan Says it Destroyed Record Amount Of Ozone-Depleting Gases in Fiscal 2013
July 25
Obama to Attend United Nations Climate Summit in September, White House Confirms
July 25
Belarus to Create Protected Habitat Areas
July 25
Argentina, Uruguay Get Water Cleanup Loans
July 25
China to Develop Water Rights Trading Pilot Projects in Seven Regions
July 24
Overseers of the Oil Sands: Canada's Regulators, Gatekeepers and Activists
July 24
Funding for Next Phase of Montreal Protocol Seen as Critical Amid Concern Over HFC Use
July 24
Canadian Court Says Oil Company Need Not Disclose Details of Soil Remediation Pact
July 24
Energy Chapter in Transatlantic Trade Pact Could Limit Climate Action, Groups Tell USTR
July 24
U.K. Tax Cuts Might Boost Recycling And Help Reduce Waste, Panel Says
July 24
Exiting State Department Official Predicts Impacts From U.S. Gas Boom, China Demand
July 24
German Development Bank Funds Brazil Wind Plans
July 24
European Commission OKs German, British Aid Schemes to Support Renewable Energy
July 23
European Commission Calls for 30 Percent Energy Cut by 2030 to Help GHG Goals
July 23
EU Emissions Trading System Changes Could Begin Before 2021, Italian Minister Says
July 23
U.K. Will Stick to Agreed Emissions Cuts For 2023–2027, Climate Change Chief Says
July 23
China Promises Support for Domestically Produced Alternative-Energy Vehicles
July 23
Mexican Senate Open Power Network to Private Firms in Electricity Sector Overhaul
July 23
Canada's Ambassador: Failure to Approve Keystone XL Would Harm Environment
July 23
Fuel Cell Maker ClearEdge Sells To South Korea-Based Doosan Corp.
July 23
China Restricts Coal-to-Gas Projects; Environmental Concerns, Water Overuse Cited
July 22
Continued Use of Coal in EU Power Plants Threatens Climate Goals, Report Says
July 22
Treatment of Mixed Sewage May Promote Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, U.K. Study Says
July 22
Fighting Climate Change Among Goals Proposed for UN's Post-2015 Agenda
July 22
Adviser: Not Enough Global Market Share For All Canadian Proposed LNG Plants
July 22
British Columbia Government Study Says Kitimat Can Handle Energy-Related Growth
July 22
U.S. City Votes to Ban Bulk Loading Of Oil Sands Onto Tanker Vessels
July 22
Rising Sea Level, Temperatures Pose Threats To U.S. Military Facilities, DOD Official Says
July 22
China: No Environmental Taxes This Year
July 22
German Agency Examines Health Risks of Aluminum
July 22
Hong Kong Air Quality Improving Overall, But Mainland China Sources of Ozone Rise
July 21
20-Year Study Shows Rapid Depletion Of Fish Stocks Across Mediterranean Sea
July 21
Russian Funding Could Jump-Start Arctic Council Environment Projects
July 21
Toxic Designation for Ethyl Carbamate Proposed by Canada; Six Chemicals Cleared
July 21
Canadian Drinking Water Standards Lag Behind World Benchmarks, Study Finds
July 21
Mexican Senate Passes Legislation To Overhaul State-Owned Oil Giant Pemex
July 21
Energy Efficiency Rules Could Be Boon For German Businesses, Analysts Say
July 21
Solar Panel Maker Is First Chinese Firm In Restructuring to File Under Chapter 15
July 21
India Tax Incentive May Spur More Wind Capacity
July 21
NAFTA Body Targets Climate Change Mitigation, Adaptation in Five-Year Plan
July 18
Canadian Energy Regulator to Review Chevron, Imperial Oil Arctic Well Spill Plans
July 18
Brazil, India Sign Environmental Accords At Meeting of Largest Emerging Economies
July 18
Report Calls for Protection of Loess Plains, Israel's ‘Most Degraded' Ecosystem
July 18
France Wants Assurances That Moving Wrecked Cruise Ship Won't Pollute Its Waters
July 18
Endocrine Disruptor Uses May Continue If Risks Are Controlled, EU Commission Says
July 18
China ETS Committee Would Set National Standards
July 18
Australia Abolishes Carbon Tax; Environment Groups Denounce Return to ‘Bad Old Days'
July 17
Republicans Call Australian Repeal of Carbon Tax Red Flag for Proponents in U.S. Senate
July 17
Canada Says Companies Must Report Solvents Used in Underground Oil Sands
July 17
U.K. in Danger of Missing 2025 Emission Targets, Advisory Body Says
July 17
EU Ministers Look to Form United Front On Climate, Push for Green Economy Jobs
July 17
Israeli Airstrikes Putting Gaza's Water System on Brink of Collapse, Observers Say
July 17
Greek Landfill in Protected Turtle Habitat Violates Law, EU Court of Justice Rules
July 17
Dramatic Growth Brings Green Bonds Market From Niche to Mainstream, Report Says
July 17
Earth's ‘Vital Signs' Show Continued Warming Trend in 2013, NOAA Says
July 17
Germany, Italy, European Union Lead In Energy Efficiency, U.S. Group Says
July 17
China Three Years Behind Schedule in Installing 5,000 Megawatts of Offshore Wind
July 17
Business Opposition Grows as South Korea's Emissions Trading System Launch Nears
July 16
UN Chemicals Body Says Pharmaceuticals in Environment Could Be ‘Emerging Policy Issue'
July 16
Europe Must Diffuse Green Technologies, Change Taxes for Sustainability, Study Finds
July 16
Germany Offers $1 Billion in First Big Pledge To UN Green Climate Fund for Poor Nations
July 16
Critics Say Peru's Economic Stimulus Plan Sacrifices Environment for Investments
July 16
Mexico Says Used Cars Imported From U.S. Damaging Environment, Domestic Market
July 16
Chinese-Owned Firm Wins Right To Query Obama-Blocked Wind Farm Project
July 16
Kerry Picks Retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral as Leader for U.S. Policy in Arctic
July 16
U.S. Transportation Head Urged to Ban Older Tank Cars from Carrying Bakken Crude Oil
July 16
U.K. Energy Department Gets Two New Ministers
July 16
Australian Senate Secures Votes, Poised to Repeal Two-Year-Old Carbon Tax
July 15
China Power Suppliers Get Heavy Fines For Failing to Use Desulfurization Technology
July 15
Canada Court Says Aboriginal Group Can Challenge Trans Mountain Pipeline Review
July 15
Dichloromethane Probable Carcinogen, Says International Agency for Research on Cancer
July 15
German Industry Slams Pending Charge On Self-Consumed Renewable Energy
July 15
Over Environmental Opposition, Israel Could Ease 1965 Law Limiting Urban Construction
July 15
Italian Hotline Targets ‘Code of Silence' Involving Mob-Linked Environmental Crime
July 15
Official Says China Could Expand Scope Of its Seven Carbon Trading Pilot Projects
July 14
Japan Decides to End Agriculture-Derived Bioethanol Production Project Next Year
July 14
Auditor Says Alberta Lacks Effective Plans to Monitor Greenhouse Gas Emissions
July 14
Government Watchdog Says Ontario Unlikely To Meet Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goal
July 14
UN Urges Greater Access to Electricity Throughout East Africa to Fight Deforestation
July 14
Alberta's South Saskatchewan Regional Plan Sets Environmental Framework for Region
July 28
Canada Concludes 49 Chemical Substances Not Toxic, but Will Continue to Monitor 28
July 28
Government Says Chilean Miners to Source 25 Percent of Water from Sea by 2021
July 28
Over Strong Environmental Opposition, Israel Committee Approves Drilling in Golan Heights
July 28
Kerry Hopes to Spark U.S.-India Cooperation By Trip Focusing on Climate, Security Issues
July 28
World Bank to Support Construction Of Congo's Inga 3 Hydroelectric Power Plant
July 28
German Push for Renewable Power Outlet Doubles Utilities Joining Balancing Market
July 25
Commerce Preliminarily Finds Dumping Of Chinese, Taiwanese Solar Products
July 25
Obama to Attend UN Global Leader Climate Summit in September, White House Confirms
July 25
UK Will Stick to Agreed Emissions Cuts For 2023–2027, Climate Change Chief Says
July 23
Mexican Senate Takes Step To Overhaul Electricity Sector
July 23
Maine City Votes to Ban Bulk Loading Of Oil Sands Onto Tanker Vessels
July 22
Rising Sea Level, Temperatures Pose Threats To Military Bases, Training, DOD Official Says
July 22
Russian Funding Could Jump Start Arctic Council Environment Projects
July 21
New Energy Efficiency Rules Could Be Boon For German Businesses, Analysts Say
July 21
Solar Panel Maker Is First Chinese Restructuring to File Under Chapter 15
July 21
Brazil and India Sign Environmental Accords At Meeting of Largest Emerging Economies
July 18
France Wants Assurances Moving Wrecked Costa Concordia Won't Pollute its Waters
July 18
Mexico Senate Begins Energy Debates, Expected to Vote on Bills July 19
July 17
Greek Landfill in Protected Turtle Habitat Violates EU Law, Court of Justice Rules
July 17
UN Chemicals Body Says Pharmaceuticals in Environment Could be ‘Emerging Policy Issue'
July 16
Mexican Senate Committee Approves Key Energy Bills for Industry Overhaul
July 16
U.K. Energy Names Hancock, Rudd as Ministers
July 16
Turkey's High Court Strikes Down Attempt To Exempt Projects From Environmental Law
July 14
Exiting State Department, Pascual Forecasts Impacts From U.S. Gas Boom, China Demand
July 24
Canada's Ambassador: Failure to Approve Keystone XL Would Harm Environment
July 23
Fuel-Cell Maker ClearEdge Sells To South Korea-Based Doosan Corp.
July 23
China Restricts Coal-to-Gas Projects Citing Environmental Concerns, Water Overuse
July 22
Adviser: Not Enough Global LNG Market Share for All Canadian Proposed Plants
July 22
British Columbia Government Study: Kitimat Airshed Can Handle Energy-Related Growth
July 22
Hong Kong Air Quality Improving Overall, But Mainland Sources of Ozone Rise
July 21
Canadian Drinking Water Policies Lag Behind World Benchmarks, Study Finds
July 21
Report Calls for Protection of Loess Plains, Israel's ‘Most Degraded Ecosystem‘
July 18
Australia Abolishes Carbon Tax; Environment Groups Denounce Return to ‘Bad Old Days'
July 17
Germany, Italy, EU Lead, U.S. Lags in Energy Efficiency, Annual Scorecard Says
July 17
Australian Senate Continues Debate on Fate Of Nation's Carbon Tax on Large Emitters
July 16
Kerry Picks Retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral as Leader for U.S. Policy in Arctic
July 16
Ex-Im Bank Bill May Be Brought to Floor With Separate Vote on Coal, Boxer Says
July 16
Mexican Official Asks for U.S. Patience In Crafting Tijuana River Pollution Solutions
July 14
Ireland's Robinson Named UN Climate Envoy
July 14
French Chemical Companies Say Fracking Moratorium Is Driving Fuel Costs Sky High
July 11
Germany's Upper House Passes Amendment To Renewable Energy Law After Deal With EU
July 11
EU Chemicals Agency Defends Video On Consumer Rights Over Industry Objections
July 11
Russian Ministry Approves Draft Law To Require Environmental Impact Assessment
July 11
Companies Warned to Heed Cutoff Dates in EU Biocides Regulation
July 11
Japan Tightens Standards on Ballast Water Release, Cuts Sulfur Content in Ship Fuel
July 11
First Solar Abandons Plans for World's Biggest Plant in Inner Mongolia, China
July 11
Moniz Agrees to Work With Chinese Officials On Oil Reserves, Other Energy Issues
July 11
11 Advocacy Groups Oppose Ex-Im Bank Reauthorization Bill Over Coal Policy
July 11
Brazil Has Awarded 7.5 Billion in Contracts Since 2007 to Improve Urban Water Supply
July 11
India's New Government Moves to Fund Solar Projects, Energy Transmission Corridors
July 10
Business Leaders Cite ‘Huge Opportunity,' Big Obstacles for Green Investment in China
July 10
Analysis Finds Russia's Arctic LNG Project ‘Uneconomic' Without Major Subsidies
July 10
Transatlantic Trade Agreement Must Exclude Chemical Regulations, Public Advocates Say
July 10
Study Examines Decarbonization Pathways In 15 Countries to Sufficiently Cut Emissions
July 10
Most U.K. Coal Power Plants Could Be Shuttered by 2023 Because of Climate Rules
July 10
EU May Renew U.S.-Biodiesel Tariffs Targeting U.S. Exporters ADM, Cargill
July 10
India to Spend $2.2 Billion to Improve Drinking Water Supply, Quality of Ganges
July 10
Japan's Business Lobby Moves to Set GHG Goals
July 10
Researchers Predict Larger Algae Bloom in Lake Erie
July 10
China, U.S. Renew Pledge on Climate Deal, Discuss Possible Post-2020 Emissions Cuts
July 9
U.K.’s Seabed Manager Awards Wave, Tidal Rights to Firms Including Siemens, Minesto
July 9
WTO Director-General Welcomes Launch Of Environmental Goods Negotiations
July 9
EU Parliament Will Start Work on Carbon Pricing Framework in Fall, Official Says
July 9
Rich-Poor Division on Climate Unresolved In Latest UN Document on Global Agreement
July 9
Siemens, Titan Wind Lose Challenge To Duty Orders on Asian Wind Towers
July 9
Latin Nations Urged to Streamline Irrigation, Fix Leaks to Curb Region's Water Shortages
July 9
São Paulo Governor Drops Plan To Charge Heavy Water Users More
July 9
Canada Publishes Draft Rail Safety Regulations
July 9
Brazil Development Bank Funds Cane-Based Ethanol
July 9
Denmark Announces New Green Energy Fund
July 9
Wind Power Becomes Spain's Top Electricity Source
July 9
China to Exclude Electric Cars from Purchase Tax
July 9
China Supreme Court Establishes Special Environmental Tribunal to Fight Pollution
July 8
UN Ruling for Bangladesh Could Open Bay of Bengal to More Oil, Gas Exploration
July 8
Denmark Abandons Proposed Ban on Four Phthalates, Citing European Court of Justice
July 8
EU Seeks Automatic License Approval For U.S. Oil, Gas Exports, EU Text Says
July 8
OECD Report Cites Environmental Questions, Opportunities in Nanotechnology in Tires
July 8
Shipping Companies Form Industry Coalition To Promote, Enforce Sulfur Regulations
July 8
France Boosts Incentives for Leasing Electric Cars
July 8
Israel Tops in ‘Environmentally Friendly' Innovation
July 8
China Finance Ministry Signals New Taxes On Coal Producers for Environmental Benefits
July 7
Alberta Pipeline Operator Agrees to Pay $1.3 Million in Settlement on Two Oil Spills
July 7
Brazil Moves to Streamline Licensing, Benefit-Sharing Contracts for Bioprospecting
July 7
Russia to Continue Changes Required By OECD Despite Frozen Accession Process
July 7
Egypt Likely to Approve Deal to Export $30 Billion in Israeli Gas Via Undersea Pipe
July 7
Israel, Turkey, U.S. Agree to Share Resources Dealing With Forestry Issues
July 7
India Should Limit Duties on Solar Power Plants to Shield Investments, Tata Says
July 7
IBM to Help China Manage Air Quality, Energy Consumption, Renewable Supplies
July 7
EU Chemicals Agency Plans More Targeted Compliance Checks for REACH Dossiers
July 3
Two REACH-Restricted Chemicals Approved By ECHA Panels for Use by Rocket Maker
July 3
Boom in Solar Power Storage in Germany Predicted Despite Mixed Political Signals
July 3
France Moves to Ban Throwaway Plastic Bags, Phase Out Aerial Use of Pesticides
July 3
Canada Approves Seismic Oil Exploration Project Between Canada and Greenland
July 3
Court Affirms Canada Has No Duty To Protect British Columbia Peat Bog
July 3
Brazil Bans Sale of Low-Efficiency Light Bulbs
July 3
Environment Canada Defers to Nova Scotia, Yukon
July 3
EU High Court: Single Market Rules Don't Apply to Renewable Energy Feed-In Tariffs
July 2
Germany Lauds European Court Ruling On Renewable Energy Subsidy Program
July 2
European Commission Proposes 70 Percent Recycling Target in EU Waste Overhaul Plan
July 2
Fracking in France? Chemical Companies Say Moratorium Is Driving Fuel Costs Sky High
July 11
Environment Minister Says Italy to Focus On Green Economy, Jobs During EU Presidency
July 11
Companies Warned to Heed Cut-Off Dates in EU Biocides Regulation
July 11
Environmental Groups Oppose Ex-Im Bank Reauthorization Bill Over Coal Policy Tweak
July 11
Brazil Has Awarded 7.5 Billion in Contracts For Urban Water Supply Since 2007
July 11
Australia Senate Rejects First Repeal Attempt For Carbon Tax; New Effort Likely Next Week
July 10
U.S., Other Top-Emitters Head to Paris For Climate Accord Stocktaking, Other Talks
July 10
EU May Renew U.S.-Biodiesel Tariffs Targeting U.S. Exporters ADM to Cargill
July 10
India to Spend $2.2 Billion to Improve Water Supply Improvements, Ganges
July 10
China-U.S. Renew Pledge on Climate Deal, Discuss Readying Post-2020 Emissions Cuts
July 9
EU, Germany Resolve Differences On Renewable Energy Legislation
July 9
EU Parliament Will Start Work on Carbon Pricing Framework in Fall, La Via Says
July 9
Latin America Must Streamline Irrigation, Fix Leaks to Curb Region's Water Shortages
July 9
São Paulo Governor Drops Plan To Charge Heavy Water Users in More
July 9
Canada Publishes Draft Rail Regulations
July 9
China to Exclude Electric Cars from Purchase Tax
July 9
Tariff-Free Solar Panels Are Aim Of New Global Trade Negotiations
July 8
Australian Plan to Repeal, Replace Carbon Price Scheme Faces Legislative Uncertainty
July 7
China Finance Ministry Signals New Taxes On Coal Producers, for Environmental Protection
July 7
Alberta Pipeline Operator Agrees to Pay $1.3 Million to Settle Pair of Oil Spills
July 7
Russia to Continue Changes Required By OECD, Despite Frozen Accession Process
July 7
Egypt Likely to Approve Deal to Export $30 Billion in Israeli Gas Via Undersea Pipeline
July 7
Israel, Turkey, U.S. Agree to Share Resources Dealing with Forestry Issues
July 7
India Should Limit Duties on Solar Power Plants to Shield Investments, Tata Says
July 7
Two REACH-Restricted Chemicals Approved By ECHA Panels for Use by UK Rocket Maker
July 3
Russian Tax Agency Issues New Guidelines On Offshore Hydrocarbon Project Incentives
July 3
Canada Approves Seismic Oil Exploration Project Between Canada and Greenland
July 3
Rail Car Design Standards for Oil Transport Updated in Final Rules Issued by Canada
July 3
Brazil Bans Sale of Low-Energy Efficiency Bulbs
July 3
Canada Defers to Nova Scotia, Yukon
July 3
Russia Begins Enacting Plan to Phase Down Production of Ozone-Depleting Substances
July 2
IEA Says Energy-Efficient Connected Devices Could Slash Electricity Waste, CO2 Emissions
July 2
Fund to Help Poor Nations Adapt Inches Closer to Capitalization, Official Reports
July 2
UNESCO Moves to Save Ancient Agricultural Terraces
July 2
EU Postpones Decisions on Renewables, Energy Efficiency, Ukrainian Gas Crisis
July 1
Russia Moves to Protect Lake Baikal, Which Holds 20 Percent of Earth's Liquid Water
July 1
Foreign Drivers on Germany's Autobahn May Soon Pay Toll Based on Car's CO2 Emissions
July 1
Italy Says it Will Steer EU to Focus on Climate Change During Six-Month Presidency
July 1
Canada Unveils Tighter Rules for Dangerous Rail Cargo Before Lac-Mégantic Anniversary
July 1
Mexico Will Not Rely on Potable Water For Fracking, Senior Water Official Says
July 1
South Korea, U.S. Sign Agreement To Reduce Delays, Increase Organic Trade
July 1
Obama Says U.S. Will Help Chile Build Solar Plant Supporting Export Initiative
July 1
European Commission to Allow Nickel in Certain Toys
July 1
World Bank Loans Brazil $280M Water Management
July 1
EU Reports Continued Decline of Major Air Pollutants That Cause Acid Rain
June 30
Latin America May Pursue Slew of Climate Laws to Confront Toll of Natural Disasters
June 30
Italy's Second Largest Electricity User Commits to 100 Percent Renewable Energy
June 30
UN Environment Assembly Calls for Action On Air Quality, Marine Plastics, Poaching
June 30
Chile Court Throws Out Mining Challenge
June 30
German Lower House Approves Far-Reaching Changes to Nation's Renewable Energy Law
June 27
Companies in China Could Face Fines, Other Actions for Failing to Meet Trading Deadlines
June 27
UN Says Small Island Nations Suffering Increased Damage From Climate Change
June 27
United Kingdom Audit Office Questions $28 Billion of Renewable Energy Deals
June 27
Environmental Assessments Ordered For Two British Columbia LNG Projects
June 27
Chilean President Offers Proposal to Create Biodiversity and Protected Areas Service
June 27
Israel Plans Environmental Equality Program To Address Pollution in Arab, Bedouin Areas
June 27
Illegal Logging, Timber Trade in East Africa Now to Face INTERPOL, Five UN Agencies
June 27
U.S. to Begin Capacity-Building Support Program for Southeast Asia Development
June 27
Belgium Releases End-of-Life Vessel Detained for Violation of Waste Export Law
June 27
U.S. Commerce Department Urged to Provide Plan on List of Conflict Minerals Facilities
June 27
Ukraine Crisis Highlights Germany's Need To Diversify Gas Supply, Find Alternatives
June 27
Companies Navigate Risks, Opportunity As China Rolls Out Water Action Plan
June 26
Canadian High Court Says Governments Must Consult With Aboriginal Groups on Land Use
June 26
EU Imposes Limit on Bisphenol A In Toys for Children Up to Age Three
June 26
French Ministry Proposes Cheaper Alternative to ‘Eco-Tax' on Big Trucks
June 26
Australian Party With Balance of Power Refuses to Back Parts of New Carbon Policy
June 26
Brazilian Court Suspends Licensing of Gold Mine Being Developed by Canadian Firm
June 26
European Union Said to Consider Energy Efficiency Goal of 27% to 30% for 2030
June 26
Green Bonds May Provide $1 Trillion Annual Investment Needed to Curtail Climate Change
June 26
Climate Change to Be Key Issue for U.S. As Arctic Council Chair, Official Says
June 26
Environmental Consultations Start On Saskatchewan Open-Pit Diamond Mine
June 26
Local Residents Seek Restraining Order On Hydraulic Fracturing in Golan Heights
June 26
Different Industries Seeing Different Trends In Conflict Mineral Disclosures, Panelist Says
June 26
U.S. Senator Introduces Bill on Rail Oil Tankers
June 26
Canada Seeks to Reduce Aquaculture Rules Burden
June 26
House Passes Bill to Expedite Approval Of Requests to Export Liquefied Natural Gas
June 25
Fighting Climate Change Is Profitable, Mexico's Former President Calderon Says
June 25
Business Leaders, Officials Push International Community on Ocean Plan
June 25
Spain Approves Additional Subsidies For Efficient Vehicles Under Incentive Plan
June 25
EU Costs From Warming May Reach $259 Billion in 2071-2100, Study Finds
June 25
Trade in Environmental Goods, Services Called Driving Force for Green Economy
June 25
FIFA Selects Emission-Offsetting Projects To Reduce Carbon Footprint of World Cup
June 25
Study Supports Separation, Processing Of Organic Commercial Waste in Israel
June 25
Paraguay Calls for International Bids To Clean Up Highly Polluted Ypacaraí Lake
June 25
British Columbia Tests Green Label's Debt Allure in Selling Hospital Bonds
June 25
Raft of Programs, Rulemakings Aim to Make Resource Extraction in Arctic Sustainable
June 24
UNEP Urges Countries to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants to Slow Global Warming
June 24
Environmental Crime Threatening Security, Sustainable Growth in Africa, UNEP Says
June 24
Australian Government Reintroduces Bills To Abolish Carbon Pricing, Climate Agencies
June 24
House Passes Bill to Expedite Cross-Border Energy Projects Despite Obama Veto Threat
June 24
Canadian Oil Sands Companies to Fund $165 Million Water Research Facility
June 24
Edmonton Corporation Announces Plans For Alberta Facility to Export LNG to China
June 24
EU Calls for Input on Possible Revision Of Rules for Drinking Water Standards
June 24
‘Climate-Smart’ Policies Could Boost Global Economy, World Bank Says
June 24
Chinese Water Systems Developer To Increase Capacity by 3 Million Metric Tons
June 24
Israel's Desert Communities to Receive Water That Meets Standards, Authority Says
June 24
Study Linking Roundup, Biotech Corn To Health Problems in Lab Rats Republished
June 24
Value of Chemical Sector's Inclusion in TTIP Contested, Supported at Consumer Dialogue
June 24
British Columbia to Introduce New Penalty Program
June 24
Indian Ministry Says Solar Cell Capacity Mostly Idle
June 24
UNEP Report Calls Climate Change Biggest Environmental Issue in World
June 23
Initial UN Assembly Meeting Said to Mark Coming of Age of Environment as World Issue
June 23
Russia to Join Global Mercury Convention To Clean Up Legacy Pollution, Curb Usage
June 23
Japan Begins Review of Renewable Energy Purchase Program for Possible Price Cuts
June 23
China Releases Updated Draft Standards For Ferrous Metal Recycling Industry
June 23
Mexico's Decision to Abandon Energy Efficiency Rules Draws Strong Criticism
June 23
India's Power Ministry Seeks to Scrap Solar Dumping Duty Plan, Hike Sun Power Capacity
June 23
Plaintiffs Urge Nebraska Supreme Court To Uphold Ruling Against Keystone Pipeline
June 23
Obama Orders U.S. Agencies to Develop National Strategy on Pollinator Health
June 20
Mexican Officials, Lawmakers Say Revamp In Energy Policy Seeks to Gain Independence
June 20
German Cabinet Adopts Energy Efficiency Action Plan, Pushes for Binding EU Targets
June 20
China Lays Out Fuel Quality Deployment Timelines, Plans Vehicle Inspection Reforms
June 20
Italy, China Announce Agreements On Energy, Environmental Cooperation
June 20
Study Says British Columbia Should Update Disposal Rules on Wastewater From Fracking
June 20
Canadian Aboriginal Groups Claim Alberta Shutting Them Out of Oil Sands Consultation
June 20
Canadian Academics Highlight High Tech Sustainability Opportunities, Green Economy
June 20
World Cup Barbecues Spike Santiago Air Pollution
June 20
Israeli Council Restores Environmental Delegate
June 20
Last of Seven Chinese Pilot Emissions Trading Programs Begins in Chongqing
June 19
European Commission Roadmap Outlines Regulatory Approach to Endocrine Disruptors
June 19
EU Scientific Committee Publishes Opinion on Environmental, Health Effects of Nanosilver
June 19
Argentina, Canada, Russia Could Follow U.S. Lead in Unconventional Oil Boom
June 19
Brazil Plan to Simplify Wind Farm Licensing Could Bolster Investments
June 19
Canada Pipeline Plans Could Look to Energy East Despite Northern Gateway's Approval
June 19
Israel Approves Master Plan for Natural Gas
June 19
France Announces Long-Anticipated Energy Bill to Cut Nuclear Power, Fossil Fuels
June 18
Canadian Agency Cites Positive Initial Response to Lac-Mégantic Rail Disaster
June 18
European Commission Examining Allegations Chinese Violating Solar Panel Import Terms
June 18
U.S.-China Trade Friction May Rise Over Ruling on Photovoltaic Products
June 18
European Union Needs Ambitious Low-Carbon Energy Goals, Ministers' Advisory Panel Says
June 18
Senate Energy Approves Keystone Bill; Landrieu Vows to Press for Senate Vote
June 18
U.S. Manufacturers Face Global Disadvantage From Lack of EPA Lab Inspections, GAO Says
June 18
Hong Kong to Monitor Roadside Emissions
June 18
Chinese Chemical Plant Closed After Lead Poisoning
June 18