Environmental crime: EU Commission wants stronger sanctions

EU member states are to be obliged to fight environmental crime. This is the result of a Commission proposal for a new directive presented on Wednesday. Environmental offenses are to be defined more precisely, a minimum level of sanctions is to be set, and cooperation between member states in a criminal prosecution is to be strengthened.

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