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Senior Interior Official Broke Ethics Rules a 2nd Time, Watchdog Says

By Lisa Friedman

An assistant secretary at the department used his position to help a family member get a job at the Environmental Protection Agency, according to an internal government investigation.

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Senior Interior Official Broke Ethics Rules a 2nd Time, Watchdog Says

By Lisa Friedman

An assistant secretary at the department used his position to help a family member get a job at the Environmental Protection Agency, according to an internal government investigation.

Senior Interior Official Broke Ethics Rules a 2nd Time, Watchdog Says

By Lisa Friedman

An assistant secretary at the department used his position to help a family member get a job at the Environmental Protection Agency, according to an internal government investigation.

EU Mobility Package risks becoming a roadblock to post-crisis recovery

By Clotilde Armand

In its current form, the Mobility Package brings no benefits for European citizens other than a new wave of migration, an exacerbation of inequalities, and an undesirable increase in CO2 emissions, writes Clotilde Armand.

Germany’s top court says VW must pay damages to customers

By Christina Goßner

Germany's highest court ruled on Monday (25 May) that Volkswagen must pay damages to plaintiffs in the diesel emissions scandal, who can now demand a refund of the purchase price. EURACTIV Germany reports.

German cabinet agrees CO2 price of €25 from January 2021

By Florence Schulz

Germany's cabinet agreed on Wednesday (20 May) on changes to the climate package launched last September, and it is now certain that from January 2021, a price of €25 per tonne of CO2 will apply to the heat and transport sectors in Germany. EURACTIV Germany reports.

Volkswagen Settles Emissions Charges Against Two Managers

By Jack Ewing

The German carmaker will pay a relatively modest fine to resolve criminal cases involving the chairman and chief executive. They were accused of not warning shareholders about a looming scandal.

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