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Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Wheat Bans, Plastic Bag Bill, Nile Dam

South Korea and Japan halted some US wheat imports and the European Union advised member states to test certain shipments, the Washington Post reported, following the discovery of a test strain of Monsanto genetically modified wheat on an Oregon farm. South Korea later said it did not detect GMO wheat in … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Shell, BP in Price Probe; Feds ‘Shielded’ Wind Firms

European Commission antitrust regulators are investigating Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Statoil and price reporting company Platts – a subsidiary of McGraw Hill Financial – over potential oil price manipulation. The probe is examining how price reporting companies help determine the cost of raw materials, Bloomberg says. The federal government is … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Bonn Climate Talks, Water Act, Dam Protest

Delegates from 160 nations agreed in Bonn that a successor to the Kyoto Protocol should allow emissions targets to be tightened without further negotiations, if researchers find that floods, droughts and sea levels are worsening, Reuters reported. But a deep divide remains between China, which says developed nations should collectively … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Obama Win, Michigan Measure Fails, Sandy Spills

After President Obama won re-election last night, environmental and sustainable business groups warned that he will have to take further steps to slow global climate change. The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions urged Obama to keep pushing EPA regulations on greenhouse gases. The World Resources Institute said he should work … Read more »