Environmental laws are caught out by EU better regulation drive

Planned EU laws on fluorinated gases and waste shipments are among a welter of legislative proposals that have been axed or sent back for more detailed assessment following a review of their contribution to competitiveness and improved regulation.1 But Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas has made a spirited fight back, arguing that green regulation boosts the economy.

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