Commission proposes ban on misleading environmental claims

Companies would be required to identify the environmental impacts that are actually relevant to their product, while also identifying any possible trade-offs, to give a full and accurate picture’. Promoting requirements imposed by law as a distinctive feature would also be banned.

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