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Energy Efficiency Industrial Forum Position Paper: energy efficiency – a vital component of energy security

Second Strategic Energy Review 

ETNO Innovation Day: New report confirms overall investment slow down in the EU telecoms sector and leading role of ETNO member

BRUSSELS – Europe’s telecoms sector in 2007 experienced its lowest revenue growth in four years 2007 since 2003 and a significant slowing down of investment, reveals the ETNO 3rd Facts and Figures report published today.

Next Generation Access Networks: The EC Recommendation should primarily focus on how to encourage all operators to invest in ne

Next Generation Access Networks:  The EC Recommendation should primarily focus on how to encourage all operators to invest in new networks

Fake pesticides on the rise

Brussels, 17 September 2008. A report released today by the European Crop Protection Association shows that fake pesticides are increasingly present in most European countries. These illegally-traded pesticides are completely untested and commonly contain toxic elements that pose significant threats to farmers, consumers and the environment. The report: "Counterfeit Pesticides Across Europe: Facts, Consequences and Actions Needed", gives the most extensive expose of the counterfeit problem, its impacts and required solutions.

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Automotive Aftermarket Security Infrastructure Recommendations for Product Authentication and Traceability to Combat Counterfeit

Major  European  automotive  component  &  equipment  manufacturing  companies,
represented by  the CLEPA (European Association of Automotive Suppliers), started last year a standardized process to combat counterfeiting of automotive parts.  In addition  to posing  a  threat  to  consumer  safety,  it  is  estimated  that  product  piracy  costs  the  global automotive parts industry € 5-10 billion per year.

Major health issues in spotlight as WHO Director-General and Georgian President address WHO governing body in Tbilisi

Copenhagen, Tbilisi, 17 September 2008: Two of the most complex and persistent issues in public health are being addressed as the meeting of the WHO European governing body – the Regional Committee for Europe – unfolds in Georgia. Over 250 representatives of the countries in the WHO European Region are seeking ways to improve the governance of health systems, which means achieving more fairness as well as greater efficiency, and to promote healthy behaviour.

The EP has its own webTV channel: EP President launches EuroparlTV Institutions

The EP President, Hans-Gert Pöttering, launched this morning EuroparlTV, the Parliament's own webTV channel. As from today anyone with Internet access will be able to watch a regularly changing set of programmes based around the life of the Parliament. The aim of EuroparlTV is to bring Parliament closer to European citizens in a modern and creative format. EuroparlTV is available at the following address:
An excellent internet tool

WHO governing body to make decisions affecting health systems

The WHO Regional Committee for Europe meets in Tbilisi, Georgia this week for its annual session. Public health officials from the 53 Member States in the European Region will discuss the progress made on issues such as health promotion, noncommunicable diseases, child and adolescent health and the social determinants of health.


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