Transport growth in the EU has increasingly serious consequences for the environment, the climate and health, according to a report on transport growth in the EU presented by the European Environment Agency (EEA) on Tuesday 29 March.
During the coming weeks the Greens in the European Parliament and the national Green parties will launch several initiatives to say again that nuclear power is not a solution! Your news section will keep you updated!
The European Council Summit taking place on 23rd and 24th March 2006 in Brussels will deal with the EU energy situation.The Greens in the European Parliament have warned that this summit looks set to miss the opportunity to solve the energy problems currently facing the EU.
Nuclear power is not a solution to the energy issue and the challenges of climate change. Several detailed studies were published in the last weeks in the UK to give additional evidence that there are other and better alternatives.
Please listen to extracts of the following debates:'Social, ecological and ethical responses to the challenges of globalisation''South-East Europe: From crisis zone to peaceful European region''New Horizons for Europe' ...
The European Parliament is currently working on the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) which is the EU's chief instrument for funding scientific research and technological development over the period 2007 to 2013.
Greens/EFA consider that the post-electoral stability will mainly depend upon the cooperation of all political parties and the population and call therefore on all political parties to participate genuinely in the election and build a parliamentary democracy on the result obtained