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Climate Change and aviation

The European Parliament Environment Committee adopted a report on climate change and aviation which sends a strong signal to the airline industry. The airlines have to take responsibility for their damaging emissions!
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Global warming

A new study released yesterday shows that global climate change can set-off positive feedback loops in nature which amplify warming and cooling trends. Therefore temperatures may increase much more than current climate models are predicting it.
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Guantanamo

Greens/EFA reiterate the call for the immediate closure of the Guantánamo Bay detention centre; demand that the detainees be released or that those suspected of having committed internationally recognizable criminal offences be prosecuted in proceedings that meet international standards of fairness
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Towards accession of Bulgaria and Romania

Conclusions of the reports say that Bulgaria and Romania should be able to join the EU on January 2007 under the condition that they make substantial progress in areas such as the judiciary reform and the fight against corruption and organised crime
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UN Convention on Climate Change

Representatives of governments from across the world will meet in Bonn, Germany, from 17-26 May under United Nations auspices to discuss new proposals and advance international efforts on climate change.
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Safety of EPR nuclear reactors

The French secret service arrested an anti-nuclear activist for possessing a classified document on the security risks of planned nuclear reactors on 16 May. Concerned at this aggressive suppression of what should be public information, the Greens/EFA group decided to publish the document online.
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Climate change policies

A report published last week by the Netherlands environmental assessment agency shows that strong policies to tackle climate change can simultaneously improve air pollution, energy security and competitiveness.
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Europe Day

The Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament has chosen the occasion of Europe Day, 9 May, to announce the launch of its new .eu address. The domain can only serve to strengthen awareness of European identity.
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Global warming confirmed

The U.S. Climate Change Science Program released a new study which reconciles data in measuring climate change. It concludes that human related global warming occurs both on the earth's surface and in the atmosphere; a fact which was not proved yet.
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Nuclear plants

The number of operating nuclear reactors in the EU continues to fall after another reactor was closed. On 30 April it was the José Cabrera (Zorita) nuclear plant in Spain which went off line for good.