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Advancements in military helicopter trainingREAD MORE
ArticlesJune 21, 2017Advancements in military helicopter training

Military leaders and industry experts from the Italian Navy, St. Andrew’s Aviation and European Defence Agency will provide the latest updates on military flight training for rotary platforms.

Flawed energy efficiency report would be disasterREAD MORE
ArticlesJune 12, 2017Flawed energy efficiency report would be disaster

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

EU Health Collaboration is Crucial for Europe’s FutureREAD MORE
ArticlesJune 6, 2017EU Health Collaboration is Crucial for Europe’s Future

n an open letter to President Juncker sent out on 6 June 2017, 39 health-related stakeholders express their concern about the future of health in European policies and programmes, and reiterate their view that health is absolutely and unequivocally a central topic for the EU. The open letter details the major advances enabled through EU health collaboration and makes the case for continued commitment and action in this area.

Trump casts USA adrift from climate realityREAD MORE
ArticlesJune 2, 2017Trump casts USA adrift from climate reality

Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the international Paris climate agreement severs another of America’s increasingly sparse ties to the global community, and is a trigger to redouble efforts to tackle climate change in Europe, Friends of the Earth Europe has responded.

Europe’s energy transitionREAD MORE
ArticlesMay 23, 2017Europe’s energy transition

European Parliament proposals to increase the EU's share of renewable energy to a minimum of 35 per cent, and to set binding targets for each EU country, are a step in the right direction, said Greenpeace.

UK Cider only has to have 35% apples in it?READ MORE
ArticlesMay 16, 2017UK Cider only has to have 35% apples in it?

100% apple, new premium French cider brand 6Somewhere launches in almost 500 Tesco stores

Automotive industry joins forcesREAD MORE
ArticlesApril 30, 2017Automotive industry joins forces

Europe's automobile manufacturers and automotive suppliers have announced that they are joining forces to find a solution for secure and safe access to vehicle data to interested market participants. This announcement was made by the sectors' associations, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) and the European Association of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) at ACEA's conference, 'Smart Cars: Driven by Data'.

Future fuel efficient carsREAD MORE
ArticlesApril 16, 2017Future fuel efficient cars

Owning and running a fuel-efficient car should become much more affordable between 2020 and 2030 compared with today, provided new technologies are brought to the market. This is the main finding of a new study released today by The European Consumer Organisation, BEUC.

Companies disregarding EU regulationREAD MORE
ArticlesApril 9, 2017Companies disregarding EU regulation

The EU Commission wants to allow the cultivation of genetically engineered maize before the growing season 2017 starts. Three variants of transgenic maize producing insecticidal toxins, registered as MON810, Maize 1507 and Bt 11, are being considered. Monsanto, DuPont/Pioneer and Syngenta are pushing for the market introduction of the seeds. EU Member States are expected to vote on this issue on 9 December.

Cloned bulls – Implications of CETAREAD MORE
ArticlesMarch 29, 2017Cloned bulls – Implications of CETA

Research conducted by Testbiotech has shown that cows and their offspring stemming from cloned bulls are registered in a professional breeders database in the UK. It is likely that a considerable number of animals stemming from clones have already entered the EU. At present, the EU has no labelling or registration requirements for these kinds of imports, which makes it almost impossible to identify breeding material stemming from cloned bulls. The research was commissioned by the Greens/EFA Group in the EU Parliament.

EU energy plans won’t meet Paris climate commitmentsREAD MORE
ArticlesMarch 22, 2017EU energy plans won’t meet Paris climate commitments

Today the European Commission releases its report on the progress of the European Union's energy plans, the 'State of the Energy Union'. Greenpeace has criticised the EU's energy plans as inadequate to meet the challenge of climate change and the commitments made at the 2015 Paris climate conference.

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.


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