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Health and Safety Package – Support Micro-CompaniesREAD MORE
ArticlesMarch 15, 2017Health and Safety Package – Support Micro-Companies

UEAPME takes note of the Occupational Health and Safety (OSH) package published today by the EU Commission, following the in-depth evaluation of the various existing directives in this field. UEAPME notably appreciates the specific guidance and support foreseen for micro and small companies to better implement existing rules instead of adding new legislation.

Let’s keep our children and their secrets safe!READ MORE
ArticlesMarch 8, 2017Let’s keep our children and their secrets safe!

Commenting on the draft report by Adam Gierek MEP on the Energy Efficiency Directive review, Arianna Vitali, Senior Policy Officer at WWF European Policy Office said: This is a deeply flawed draft report. It contains unworkable provisions which would be a disaster for citizens and the climate.

Huge public campaign saves EU nature lawsREAD MORE
ArticlesMarch 1, 2017Huge public campaign saves EU nature laws

President Juncker and his Commission have today confirmed that the EU’s flagship nature laws – the Birds and Habitats Directives – will be saved and not rewritten and weakened, ending two years of uncertainty over the laws’ future. They have also called for a plan to better implement these laws.

Drug-Resistant ‘Superbugs’READ MORE
ArticlesFebruary 24, 2017Drug-Resistant ‘Superbugs’

Today, on European Antibiotic Awareness Day (EAAD), the European Public Health Alliance and the European Patients Forum jointly call on the European Commission and national governments to step up the fight against drug-resistant infections in the follow-up EU Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance announced for 2017. The EU has a vital role to play in protecting health security in Europe and empowering patients to take action to stop superbugs.

Rethink trade deals that drive industrial farmingREAD MORE
ArticlesFebruary 17, 2017Rethink trade deals that drive industrial farming

The EU should rethink international trade deals that drive industrial farming, said Greenpeace, following the release of an EU report highlighting the negative impacts of several trade agreements on European farmers. Greenpeace warned that the blind promotion of trade in farming goods can have destructive consequences for the environment, farmers and consumers.


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