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Articles from Europe Environment (March 31, 2011)

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AGRICULTURE COUNCIL : DIVISIONS PERSIST OVER GMOS. 272
ANIMAL WELFARE : NEW ACTION PLAN BY END OF YEAR. 222
AVIATION SECURITY : EP EXPECTED TO GIVE GREEN LIGHT TO AIRPORT BODY SCANNERS. 556
CLIMATE APPEAL TO VAN ROMPUY AND ORBAN. 178
CLIMATE CHANGE : RUNGE-METZGER: LEGALLY BINDING AGREEMENT NOT LIKELY IN DURBAN. 860
COHESION POLICY : FINALISTS FOR REGIOSTARS 2011 AWARDS ANNOUNCED. 256
COHESION POLICY : REGI SEEKS MORE FUNDS FOR TERRITORIAL COOPERATION. 239
COMMISSION CONSULTS ON MARITIME PLANNING. 118
CONSUMERS' RIGHTS : EP POSITION DISAPPOINTS INDUSTRY. 233
CONSUMERS' RIGHTS : PARLIAMENT APPROVES AMENDMENTS TO DIRECTIVE. 237
CONSUMERS' RIGHTS : RAPPORTEUR SEEKS FIRST-READING AGREEMENT WITH COUNCIL. 651
COSMETICS : ANIMAL TESTING BAN LIKELY TO BE POSTPONED. 965
CZECH AND ITALIAN ETS REGISTRIES TO RESUME OPERATIONS. 134
EIB LOAN FOR POWER PLANT IN FRANCE. 111
ENERGY : COMMISSION FINALLY CONSULTING ON OFFSHORE DRILLING MEASURES. 837
ENERGY : COMMISSION PROBES ESTONIAN STATE SUPPORT TO POWER PLANTS. 257
ENERGY : INDUSTRY WANTS WIDER ROLE FOR CO-GENERATION. 422
ENERGY COUNCIL : NEXT STEPS AFTER NUCLEAR STRESS TESTS STILL UNCLEAR. 751
ENERGY/TRANSPORT : ELECTRIC VEHICLES FACE SERIOUS CHALLENGES. 453
EU/CANADA : PROVISIONAL SOLUTION FOUND TO HORMONE-TREATED BEEF DISPUTE. 409
EU/COMOROS : MEPS WISH TO MONITOR IMPLEMENTATION OF FISHERIES AGREEMENT. 438
EU/JAPAN : FOODSTUFFS: EU TOUGHENS IMPORT CONDITIONS. 243
EUROPEAN COUNCIL : EU IN FAVOUR OF "HIGHEST" NUCLEAR SAFETY STANDARDS. 441
FISHERIES : COMMUNITY CONTROL AGENCY SAYS 2010 MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. 372
FISHERIES : ECJ: REGULATION BANNING BLUEFIN TUNA PURSE SEINING DISCRIMINATORY. 456
FISHERIES : EUROPECHE WANTS GREATER INVOLVEMENT IN CFP REFORM. 214
FOODSTUFFS : CLONING: PRESIDENCY COUNTS ON TRACEABILITY AND LABELLING. 600
FRENCH MOVE AGAINST MONSANTO MAIZE ILLEGAL. 156
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS SENTENCED. 187
INFORMAL ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL : CLIMATE CHANGE: TOUGH POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC CHOICES "NECESSARY". 409
INFORMAL ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL : MINISTERS DISCUSS AGRICULTURAL USE AND WATER PRICING. 396
INTERNAL MARKET : TRANSPOSITION DEFICIT REMAINS UNCHANGED. 490
INTERVIEW WITH TAMAS FELLEGI, HUNGARY'S NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT MINISTER : EUROPE NEEDS COMMON STANCE ON NUCLEAR SAFETY. 801
MEDICINES : COMMISSION CONSULTS ON TIGHTENING UP TRANSPARENCY DIRECTIVE. 368
NEW NAME FOR NEXT RESEARCH PROGRAMME. 109
NOVEL FOODS : CLONING: CO-LEGISLATORS HAVE THEIR BACKS TO THE WALL. 791
NUCLEAR ENERGY : COMMISSION CONSULTS ON DECOMMISSIONING. 384
NUCLEAR ENERGY : EXPERT FAULTS EU SAFETY FRAMEWORK. 267
NUCLEAR ENERGY : FELLEGI WANTS BETTER COOPERATION BETWEEN REGULATORS. 466
NUCLEAR ENERGY : MEPS PILE NUCLEAR PRESSURE ON OETTINGER. 916
ROAD TRANSPORT : EUROVIGNETTE: THREE-WAY MEETING YIELDS NO PROGRESS. 274
SANITARY MEASURES : COURT SUGGESTS IMPROVEMENTS TO CHECKS ON MEAT IMPORTS. 208
TRANSPARENCY : EXEC PROPOSES EXTENDING PUBLIC ACCESS RULES TO ALL EU INSTITUTIONS. 251
TRANSPORT : MAJORITY OF EUROPEANS EMBRACE IDEAS OF WHITE PAPER. 286
TRANSPORT : WHITE PAPER MAPS WAY FORWARD UNTIL 2050. 569
WATER MANAGEMENT : COMMISSION PREPARES "LONG-TERM VISION". 582
WHITE PAPER ON TRANSPORT : LIBERALISATION AND CARBON REDUCTION AT HEART OF NEW STRATEGY. 557

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