4.6.2013, Opening session of the Green Week Dear commissioner Potocnik, dear friends I am very honoured to be here at the opening of the Green Week Conference with the title… Air pollution still kills too many
To Jose-Manuel Barroso President of the European Commission Open Letter on the Ban of Olive Oil cans in restaurants Dear Mr. President, We are contacting you referring to the decision… Open Letter on the Ban of Olive Oil cans in restaurants
Kirjallinen kysymys komissiolle 16.4.2013 Barbara Lochbihler (Greens/EFA) & Satu Hassi (Greens/EFA) The EU has recently concluded a partnership and cooperation agreement with Thailand and is currently negotiating an EU-Thailand free trade… Thailand: the case of Andy Hall
The European Parliament today voted in favour of freezing the implementation of the EU emissions trading scheme for non-intra EU flights (1). The Greens regretted the measure, which will undermine… Retrograde freezing of aviation ETS will do nothing to improve chances of global deal
In 2010 the Canadian Arctic experienced its warmest year on record. At the end of 2012, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced that the Arctic Sea ice is at record… The Arctic melt conference: A wake up call, NOT a business opportunity!
The European Commission today presented a green paper on plastic waste but legislation aimed at clamping down on one-use plastic bags, which was meant to accompany it, has unfortunately been… Plastic waste strategy overshadowed by unfortunate delay of plastic bag law
Kirjallinen kysymys komissiolle 20.2.2013 Satu Hassi (Greens/EFA) & Fiona Hall (ALDE) The 24 hour daily cycle of light and darkness is a basis of natural functioning of all plants and… Protecting public health from light pollution
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The European Parliament today voted on proposals to revise EU rules on noise from vehicles. The Greens criticised the outcome of the vote, after centre-right MEPs backed amendments to weaken… Centre-right MEPs back noisy car lobby and weaken draft EU rules