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EurActiv ‘Special Week’ coverage on EU water policy

Date

15 Oct 2010

Sections

Climate & Environment
Agriculture & Food

EurActiv.com, the leading online media on EU policies, is running special coverage next week (18-22 October) on the European Union’s water policy.

 
Throughout the week, EurActiv journalists will cover issues like water governance and foot-printing and its potential policy implications, as well as micro-pollution in water. Agriculture and the implications of climate change for water availability will also come under the spotlight.
 
News and articles, as well as high-level interviews with experts and stakeholders, will be included in the coverage.
 
You can follow the Special Week stories in the 'Water Policy' dedicated section.

The Special Week is supported by Coca-Cola.
 

Media contacts:
Frédéric Simon, Editor, Tel. +32(0)2.788.36.78, editor2@euractiv.com
Daniela Vincenti-Mitchener, Managing Editor, Tel. +32(0)2.788.36.69, news@euractiv.com
 
Radu Magdin, Communications Manager: +32(0)2.788.36.88, communication@euractiv.com
Christophe Leclercq, Publisher, +32(0)2.226.58.13, publisher@euractiv.com
 
Note to the editor:
www.EurActiv.com is the independent online media network dedicated to EU policy, counting 590,000 monthly unique visitors together with the Web 2.0 platform Blogactiv.eu. Set up in 1999, the network is an important working instrument for actors (institutions, industry federations, NGOs, think tanks, the press and others) involved in defining or influencing EU policies. The EurActiv Network publishes EU policy news and information in 11 languages from offices in the capitals of 11 European countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, and Turkey. The Network's national policy portals are accessible here www.euractiv.com/en/Fixed/about/crosslingual.htm
 
In order to provide free services and ensure independence, EurActiv's services are financed from four sources: corporate sponsoring, EurActor membership, online advertising and EU projects. EurActiv's CrossLingual Network is supported by the European Commission’s Small Business Act / SME Week campaign and by the Directorates General for Regional Policy and for Enlargement. General sponsors of www.EurActiv.com are: Assembly of European Regions / GE Energy, Enel, the Nickel Institute, TUSIAD, United Technologies and VISA Europe. Section sponsors of www.EurActiv.com are: Coca-Cola, Dow, EURid, Euro-ciett, ExxonMobil, Gasunie, General Electric, Honeywell, IBM, MSD, Nike, Syngenta, Trans Adriatic Pipeline, Unilever and Veolia. Further supporters include: Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie. EurActiv also has 60 “content partners” (NGOs & think tanks) as well as ca. 500 “contributors”, providing their policy positions for free publication, based on EurActiv's editorial discretion. Input welcome: editor@euractiv.com.
 
EurActiv content extracts can be re-used freely by other media, subject to clear attribution, and copy sent to content@euractiv.com.
 

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