BRUSSELS, July 25 (Reuters) - A German environmental activist has won backing from the European Union's top court to force local authorities in the home city of BMW to tackle car pollution. Dieter Janecek, a Green Party member who lives near Munich's central ring road, complained to the city authorities that the level of particles in the air linked to car exhaust had breached the legal limit on more than the 35 days allowed in a year. But his request to the local authority to draw up an ...
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