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Missing the trees for the wood

Smallholder farmers could lose millions as Brussels enforces new rules to stop destruction of forests

The EU's deforestation law is facing growing pushback from African states and the wider international community over fears that the compliance burdens imposed by the new law will b...



Carbon row heads to the World Trade Organization

South Africa and India have accused the EU of using environmental issues as a cover for protectionism in its new CBAM

African countries are set to raise formal complaints about the effects of some of the European Union's new laws on environmental protection and carbon at this week's Ministerial Co...


The Cairo price

The European Commission is hoping to unveil a wide-ranging deal to provide investment in a range of Egyptian economic sectors in exchange for continued cooperation on migration man...

The case for reparations

The debate over reparations for colonialism and slavery has arrived in the European Parliament. Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana, a Malian-born German MEP for Alliance90/The Greens, is ...

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