EU Lawmakers Approve Tougher Penalties for Environmental Crimes

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Insurance Journal - Feb 27, 2024

The European Parliament on Tuesday approved tougher penalties for environmental crimes such as illegal timber trade, with offenses punishable by up to 10 years in prison and company directors prosecuted for corporate wrongdoing. “It is about time we fought cross-border …...

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