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Energy efficiency

In the frame of the campaign for the election of the European Parliament's president, Monica Frassoni, Greens/EFA candidate, committed also for a more energy efficient EP building. A thermographic analysis of the building was carried out. It provided concrete examples for improvements.
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Nuclear power plants

The nuclear lobby speaks of a Renaissance of nuclear energy. However, the truth is quite different. Since 1 January 2007 Europe has 7 nuclear reactors less!
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Audio statements

Constitutional process - Monica Frassoni MEP Migration and integration - Kathallijne Buitenweg MEP European foreign policy - Fritz Kuhn MdPParliamentary network - Eva Lichtenberger MEP ...
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EU energy & climate policy

The Green groups in the European Parliament and the German Bundestag met in Berlin for a joint session to mark the German Presidency of the EU in the first half of 2007. As an outcome of the energy & climate discussions, they issued a common statement on the EU-Commission's "energy package".
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Report of the conference "Taking up the challenge"

Report of the 1st panel - Wednesday 10 January 2007 - 19.15-21.00Which challenges do we face? Which Europe do we need?"Our task as Green Parliamentarians is to 'green the European Union'" – this was the wake up call with which Renate Künast, co-Chair of the German Greens, opened the third Green pa...
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EU climate policy

The European Commission proposed today its strategy on energy and climate change which sets a target of a paltry 20% reduction of greenhous gas emissions by 2020.
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Energy and EU citizens

According to a new European Commission survey, the Eurobarometer on energy technologies published on Monday, a very large majority of EU citizens back renewables like solar energy or wind energy. On the other hand a majority is against nuclear.
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Global warming

The World Meteorological Organization announced that the global mean surface temperature in 2006 is currently estimated to be +0,42°C above the 1961-1990 annual average. The final figures, to be released in March 2007, will most probably confirm that 2006 was the sixth warmest year on record.
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EU-Russia Energy Dialogue

At a meeting of the Permanent Partnership Council (PPC) focused on energy, the EU and Russia agreed to join efforts in order to enhance energy efficiency. They discussed also the outcome of the "Thematic Groups" established in the framework of the EU-Russia Energy Dialogue.
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EU transport funding plans

According to a new research released by Friends of the Earth Europe and CEE Bankwatch Network, EU transport funding in the 10 central and eastern European countries will be invested at 52% in climate-damaging road and motorways projects.