Articles by Arthur Neslen

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Europe to Ban Halogen Lightbulbs
Arthur Neslen – The Guardian, 27 Aug 2018

23 Aug 2018 – After nearly 60 years of brightening our homes and streets, halogen lightbulbs will finally be banned across Europe on 1 September.

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Monsanto Banned from European Parliament
Arthur Neslen – The Guardian, 2 Oct 2017

28 Sep 2017 – MEPs withdraw parliamentary access after the firm shunned a hearing into allegations that it unduly influenced studies into the safety of glyphosate used in its RoundUp weedkiller.

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Leaked TTIP Documents Cast Doubt on EU-US Trade Deal
Arthur Neslen – The Guardian, 9 May 2016

1 May 2016 – Talks for a free trade deal between Europe and the US face a serious impasse with “irreconcilable” differences in some areas, according to leaked negotiating texts. The two sides are also at odds over US demands that would require the EU to break promises it has made on environmental protection.

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Wind Power Generates 140% of Denmark’s Electricity Demand
Arthur Neslen – The Guardian, 13 Jul 2015

Unusually high winds allowed Denmark to meet all of its electricity needs – with plenty to spare for Germany, Norway and Sweden too.

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Half of Europe’s Electricity Set to Be from Renewables by 2030
Arthur Neslen – The Guardian, 29 Jun 2015

Leaked EU paper predicts fast renewables growth to around double current levels if countries meet climate objectives.

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Record Boost in New Solar Power Continues Massive Industry Growth
Arthur Neslen – The Guardian, 15 Jun 2015

UK leads European solar energy expansion to help renewables overtake output of nuclear power as industry leaders hail ‘tipping point’ for the technology.

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