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Commission refers GERMANY to the Court of Justice of the EU over water pollution caused by nitrates, Court of Justice of the EU, European Commission, Germany, action, nitrates, water pollution, water pollution by nitrates

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Greenpeace action against whaling, Greenpeace action against French atomic testing series., First drinking water reservoir in Germany., First centralised water supply in Germany, First sewage system in Germany, First sewage treatment plant in Germany, Greenpeace action against US atomic testing series., Greenpeace action against French atomic testing series., Greenpeace action against whaling., Greenpeace action to protect seals., Greenpeace action against whaling., Greenpeace action against atomic waste dumping at sea., Greenpeace action against construction of a nuclear reactor in Canada.., First Greenpeace activities in Germany, Greenpeace action against Russian atomic testing series., Greenpeace action against British and Dutch atomic dumping ships, Greenpeace action against atomic tets in Nevada, Greenpeace action against whaling, Greenpeace action against weapons tests by the four atomic powers, Greenpeace action against spent acid dumping, Greenpeace action against North Sea dumping, End of leaded standard petrol in Germany, Greenpeace action against sulphur dioxide emissions, Greenpeace action against chlorine bleaching, Greenpeace action against dragnet fishing, Greenpeace action against CFC production, Greenpeace action against tranport of atomic waste, Greenpeace action against atomic waste in the Kara sea, Greenpeace action against Russian dumping of atomic waste at sea, Germany's first "Environmental Field Hospitals", Near-disaster in the North Sea off Germany, Climate goals in Germany, Sustainable development in Germany, First bird conservation day in Germany, Fifth UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn (COP 5), Commission creates two new Directorates-General for Energy and Climate Action, EU to support development of electric vehicle transport roads in Europe, Brazilian – German Joint Statement on Climate Change, European Parliament calls Commission to order over endocrine disruptors, German Federal Cabinet approves Climate Action Plan 2050, European Commission authorises three genetically modified soybeans for food/feed uses, Commission proposes a single 'A to G' energy label, Germany: Air quality 2010, Germany deposits instrument of ratification, Interim assessment of air quality data of 2012, European Commission proposes that EU support ban on international trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, Federal cabinet adopted the Government Programme for Electric Mobility, Agreement on Common Fisheries Policy reform, Commission urges Germany to take more action against nitrate pollution in water, Court in China issues record pollution fine, Commission authorises Portuguese demonstration scheme for ocean energy technologies, Commission authorises 17 GMOs for food/feed uses and 2 GM carnations, Federal Agency for Nature presents red list of vertebrates in Germany, Majority of EU countries support partial ban of bee-killing pesticides, European Commission welcomes the 7th Environment Action Programme becoming law, Commission sets out criteria for good environmental status for Europe's seas, UNEP: Water pollution in Asia, Africa and Latin America putting millions at risk, Commission proposes to improve common greenhouse gas accounting rules for forestry and agriculture, UBA study: Germany able to make 43-percent savings on its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, Germany marks 30 years of efforts to protect the Antarctic, New maps give Europeans close-up picture of air pollution from diffuse sources, European Commission proposes to ban phosphates in laundry detergents, European Commission announces 2020 CO2 reduction targets, Germany's First Offshore Wind Farm is Formally Commissioned, NABU starts project to to reduce marine litter, European Commission to provide €250 million for more than 200 new LIFE+ projects, EU-wide restrictions on Pesticide use to enter into force on 1 December, Germany is proposing a Marine Protected Area in Antartica, German national sustainability strategy " Perspectives for Germany", European Commission sets the rules for allocation of free emissions allowances to airlines, RSK publishes safety review report, Commission urges Germany to correctly apply EU nature protection requirements in relation to a coal power plant in Hamburg/Moorburg, Dänisches Wattenmeer wird Teil des Weltnaturerbes, Council rejects biofuel compromise, A new president for the Federal Environment Agency, Chemical method replaces biological process for detecting marine biotoxins, EU Reference Laboratory (EURL) for bee health, Fossil of the Day to Germany at COP22, Bristol European Green Capital 2015, Environmental matters: European Commission takes Germany to Court over Access to Justice, Start of an Exemplary Sino-German Cooperation on Municipal Climate Protection between the Cities of Düsseldorf and Wuxi, Germany increases support for forest protection, LIFE+ 2011: European Commission provides €268.4 million for 202 new environment projects, Hamburg - European Green Capital 2011, Green Paper "A 2030 framework for climate and energy policies", Germany offers to host Green Climate Fund, WWF Amazon Day, New record: renewables make up 78% of power consumption, Emergency Response Centre: for a faster and more efficient European response to disasters, Living Lake of the Year 2016 - Lake Constance, Revised European radiation protection directive adopted, German nuclear power plants to undergo safety review, Guidelines to reconcile wind energy development and biodiversity policy, Ancient Beech Forests - Germany submits nomination for UNESCO World Heritage List, Commission sets up system for certifying sustainable biofuels, Federal Republic of Germany becomes the 64th member state of UNESCO, China: Leaking oil from pipeline causes toxic tap water in Lanzhou, MAB ICC 2011 in Dresden, Germany, Tanker sinks after explosions at refinery Emsland, Permanent German-Dutch Boundary Water Commission celebrates anniversary, Judge Rules Exxon Must Face Criminal Charges Over 50,000 Gallon Fracking Waste Spill, GMOs: Member States to be given full responsibility on cultivation in their territories, Germany warned over failure to notify legislation on water quality standards and on a strategy to protect its seas, Commission announces new strategy to halt biodiversity loss within ten years, EU Commission confirms withdrawal of 73 pending proposals announced in 2015 work programme, Sperm Whale Stranding in the Nort Sea, Commission adopts rules to reduce electricity consumption of external power supplies, European Commission adopted a proposal for a Regulation concerning the placing on the market and use of biocidal products, The first Lynx Path in Germany, The European Commission proposes a new Regulation for the sustainable management of Baltic salmon, Greenhouse gas emissions fall by 2.9 percent in 2011, EU renewable energy policy post-2020, Contamination of beach sediments of a subalpine lake with microplastic particles, Commission welcomes adoption of climate and energy package, Emissions trading: 9.4 percent lower CO2 emissions in 2009, Germany's first electricity generated by nuclear power, European Commission joins Climate and Clean Air Coalition, Third meeting of the World Biodiversity Council (IPBES), Germany first country to ratify IRENA's Statute, New policy package to clean up Europe's air, European Commission launches platform to help resolve social conflicts over large carnivores, European Commission provisionally rejects ’My voice against nuclear power’, Environment: Commission refers Germany to Court over coal power plant in Moorburg, EU Commission closes German case on designation of special protection areas, Green groups: European Commission off target, European Commission launches Strategy to boost development of Baltic Sea Region, Commission warns Philippines and Papua New Guinea over insufficient action to fight illegal fishing, New financial instruments for environment, energy efficiency and climate action projects, New EU measures on import of hunting trophies to fight against illegal and unsustainable practices, Germany: Particulate matter concentrations also high in 2009, EU mebers states fail to agree on glyphosate extension, Greenhouse gas emissions in 2008 at their lowest since 1990, European Commission proposes a higher energy savings target for 2030, Commission sets out the path to resource-efficient growth, Expert group report: Alternative fuels could replace fossil fuels in Europe by 2050, Commission launches flagship initiative for sustainable growth, Third National Forest Inventory, New EU Action to protect biodiversity against problematic invasive species, Ljubljana European Green Capital 2016, Commission registers 'People4Soil' European Citizens' Initiative, European Commission adopted its Work Programme for 2015, European Commission sets out strategy to curb CO2 emissions from heavy-duty vehicles, WWF: Toxic pollution from floods threatens marine life, Goldman prize 2011: Ursula Sladek, NABU Action: Dinosaur of the Year - Germany’s most embarrassing prize for the environment, Commission refers Germany to the Court of Justice of the EU over failure to apply Directive on mobile air conditioning, Exclusion of water from the Concessions Directive, Essen ist Grüne Hauptstadt Europas 2017, Essen European Green Capital 2017, Germany: Hottest April in 120 Years, Swabian Alb and Bliesgau recognized as UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, Low-emission zones, New York Climate Summit launches new initiatives to protect forests, Genetically modified corn ban in Germany, Kartendienst zur Luftqualität, EU prepares the way for a quick ratification of Paris Agreement, Germany met its climate protection commitments under the Kyoto Protocol in 2008, Northwest China: Oil spill has polluted a tributary of the Yellow River, Complaint to the European Commission concerning the Nord Stream gas pipeline, Plant for the Planet: The millionth tree in Germany, Jjoint study by BMU, UBA and BDE: Climate protection potential of waste industry, Commission launches Action Plan to crack down on wildlife trafficking, New initiative for investments in climate action, Major EU countries join fight to protect European Nature Laws, Transport 2050: Commission outlines ambitious plan to increase mobility and reduce emissions, Energy: Commission presents its strategy towards 2020, Commission decides on deductions of fishing quotas for 2012, Commission adopts a major extension of the Natura 2000 network, Agreement on biodiversity in the Council, Emissions trading: Commission adopts decision on how free allowances should be allocated from 2013, Fishing for Litter in Germany, New EU initiative to protect biodiversity and fight wildlife crime, First Natura 2000 Award winners announced, First EU sustainability schemes for biofuels get the go-ahead, European Commission adopts first EU list of invasive alien species, 2030 climate and energy goals for a competitive, secure and low-carbon EU economy, European Commission publish guidelines to limit soil sealing, European Commission adopts trade measures against Faroe Islands to protect the Atlanto-Scandian herring stock, Foreign Office publishes “Who is Who of the Energiewende in Germany”, European Commission launches public debate on protecting Europe's forests against climate change, ICOS ERIC inauguration ceremony held in Brussels, Sunniest spring ever recorded, Hundreds of thousands protest against nuclear energy, German Premiere of Jacques Perrin's "Oceans", Germany’s Beech Forests inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, Levels of particulate matter too high in Germany’s urban areas, European Green Capital, WWF Study: Germany's Water Footprint, Germany August 2010 was the rainiest on record, Government Adopts Energy Concept, Greenpeace activists protested against the nuclear policy of the German government, Commission proposes tighter laws on ship breaking, Emissions trading: auctioning of allowances in Germany to be launched in 2010, The Environment Council adopts a statement on Endocrine disruptors, Commission seeks views on reducing plastic bag use, EU conservation legislation remains fit for the future, European Commission warns Germany of continued air pollution breaches, Living Lake of the Year 2017 - Lake Steinhude, Urban water atlas for Europe, Commission warns Poland over increased logging in the Białowieża Forest, European Commission adopts a new Action Plan to improve the protection of nature and biodiversity in the EU, Germany has become the first country in the European Union (EU) to introduce a limit on uranium in drinking water, Nijmegen Green Capital 2018, Oslo European Green Capital 2019, Launch of the EU Platform on Animal Welfare, European Commission calls for immediate suspension of logging in Poland's Białowieża Forest, European Commission proposes a ban on Baltic Eel Fisheries, European Commission proposes a ban on Baltic Eel Fisheries, The Federal Cabinet adopted a Copernicus strategy for Germany, 60 packs of wolves living across Germany, Mapping the sources and level of air pollution in Europe: Commission publishes new Air Quality Index and Atlas, 23th UN Climate Conference (COP23 | CMP13), Federal Environment Agency publishes maps on nitrate pollution of rivers in Germany (Nitrate Reports 2008, 2012 and 2016 and EU Nitrate Directive (91/676/EEC)), Green belt Germany becomes national heritage of nature, German Packaging Act comes into force at the beginning of 2019

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