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Articles from Europe Environment (February 16, 2007)

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A LARGE GAS GUZZLER OR A BIKE. 214
AGENDA. 458
ANIMAL HEALTH : CONFERENCE DEBATES EUROPEAN QUALITY LABEL. 422
ANIMAL HEALTH : MEMBER STATES URGED TO STEP UP BIRD FLU PROTECTION MEASURES. 276
ANIMAL HEALTH : VIGILANCE STEPPED UP AFTER H5N1 VIRUS RETURNS TO EUROPE. 490
AUTOMOBILES : "SHARED RESPONSIBILITY" FOR REDUCING CO2 EMISSIONS. 578
CIVIL PROTECTION : NATO, EU TO JOINTLY BOOST PROTECTION OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE. 330
CLIMATE CHANGE : EU CALLS FOR INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT. 234
CLIMATE CHANGE : IN PARLIAMENT, DIMAS POINTS TO ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF TAKING ACTION. 561
CLIMATE CHANGE : SLOVENIA'S NATIONAL ALLOCATION PLAN GETS GREEN LIGHT. 247
CONSUMERS : KUNEVA CALLS FOR AN INTERNAL CONSUMER MARKET. 628
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES. 118
ELECTRICITY : EURELECTRIC STUDY STRESSES NUCLEAR OPTION. 272
ENERGY : COUNCIL STILL DIVIDED ON TARGETS AND MARKETS. 985
ENERGY : EPP THINK TANK CALLS FOR DEBATE ON NUCLEAR POWER. 928
ENERGY : MEMBER STATES DIVIDED ON THE ENERGY PACKAGE. 400
ENERGY : NGOS WANT EU BIOFUEL TARGETS DITCHED. 268
ENERGY : SOLAR THERMAL INDUSTRY ISSUES OWN ACTION PLAN. 274
ENVIRONMENT : CO2 PROPOSALS DRAW WIDE CRITICISM. 567
ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL : CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY TO TOP 20 FEBRUARY AGENDA. 946
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW : FRATTINI: PENALISING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME IS A "MORAL DUTY". 643
EU-NORWAY COOPERATION ON CARBON CAPTURE. 106
EU/JAPAN : CLOSER TIES ONaSAFETY OF MEDICINES AGREED. 257
EU/UN : EU CALLS FOR A BINDING INSTRUMENT ON MERCURY. 585
EU/UN : PARIS CALLS FOR GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT ORGANISATION. 863
EU/US : ENVIRONMENTAL PRIORITIES IDENTIFIED FOR RESEARCH COOPERATION. 257
EU/US : STEPPING UP EFFORTS TO FIGHT PIRACY AND COUNTERFEITING. 246
EU/US/CLIMATE CHANGE : DIMAS SEES "ENCOURAGING SIGNS" FROM WASHINGTON. 268
EUROPEAN CHEMICALS AGENCY. 173
FISHERIES : EU MEDITERRANEAN CATCH DECLINES 28% OVER A DECADE. 228
FISHERIES : SIGNIFICANT DECLINE IN CATCHES IN THE NORTHEAST ATLANTIC. 211
GMO PETITION. 146
HEALTH : ADVANCED THERAPIES STILL RAISE QUESTIONS. 255
HEALTH : MEPS REJECT BINDING MEASURES ON OBESITY. 267
HEALTH : MIXED REACTIONS TO GREEN PAPER ON A SMOKE-FREE EUROPE. 244
HEALTH CARE ABROAD. 121
HUMANITARIAN AID TO INDONESIA. 110
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY : PENALISATION OF PIRACY AND COUNTERFEITING PROVOKES MISTRUST. 641
INTERVIEW WITH MEP JORGO CHATZIMARKAKIS : "THE ADVERTISING OF MEDICINES IS NOT AN OBJECTIVE". 810
JOINT TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVES : LEADING CANDIDATES PREPARE FOR COMMISSION PROPOSALS. 647
LETTER TO EUROPOLITICS : BIOTECHNOLOGY: "RESPONSIBILITY CUTS TWO WAYS". 462
MEASURING FISHING EFFORT. 109
MOBILITY : WORK COMMENCES ON URBAN TRANSPORT GREEN PAPER. 399
NUCLEAR ENERGY : MEPS AND EXPERTS UNDECIDED ON 50 YEARS OF EURATOM TREATY. 649
NUCLEAR REACTORS IN BULGARIA. 188
RENEWABLE ENERGY : WIND INTEGRATION STUDY LOOKS AT FUTURE POTENTIALS. 614
RENEWABLE ENERGY IN EUROPE. 102
RESEARCH PRIZE NOMINEES. 154
ROAD VEHICLES : COMMISSION ROAD MAP FOR BOOSTING COMPETITIVENESS. 499
SCIENCE COMMUNICATION PRIZE. 142
SPATIAL INFORMATION : MEPS APPROVE INSPIRE. 217
STATE AID/ENERGY : FRENCH, ITALIAN AND IRISH ENERGY AID PARTIALLY DISALLOWED. 285
TAXATION : COMMISSION PONDERS DIESEL TAX HIKE. 444
WASTE : PARLIAMENT TOUGHENS UP WASTE MANAGEMENT. 613
WORKERS' HEALTH AND SAFETY : COURT TO DEFINE EMPLOYER LIABILITY. 443

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