Archive for the ‘LEGLISLATION’ Category

CRD Regulatory Update: Evaluation of Products Containing Green Route Active Substances Following Peer Review.

27 September 2012:

This Regulatory Update sets out how CRD will deal with any changes in the endpoints and risk assessments as a result of the EFSA peer review of Green route active substances

EFRA select committee says there is no timetable for 91 commitments but tighten further the 92nd namely the peat targets.

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EU Commission consultation on the future of the Fruit and Veg regime (Producer Organisations)

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Defra respond to the red tape report

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Peat – An extract from the Chancellor of the Exchequer speech

An extract from the Chancellor of the Exchequer speech at the Conservative Party Conference. Wonder if The Rt Hon Mrs Spelman was listening re the Defra peat policy .

 “Now we know that a decade of environmental laws and regulations are piling costs on the energy bills of households and companies.

Yes, climate change is a man made disaster. 

Yes, we need international agreement to stop it.

Yes, we must have investment in greener energy. And that’s why I gave the go ahead to the world’s first Green Investment Bank.

But Britain makes up less than 2% of the world’s carbon emissions to China and America’s 40%. 

We’re not going to save the planet by putting our country out of business.

So let’s at the very least resolve that we’re going to cut our carbon emissions no slower but also no faster than our fellow countries in Europe.

That’s what I’ve insisted on in the recent carbon budget.”