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Natura 2000 is the centerpiece of the European Union nature & biodiversity policy. Is the largest network of protected areas in the world. The aim of the network is to assure the long-term survival of Europe's most valuable and threatened species and habitats.


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Making the switch, Promoting Energy Efficient Lighting in the EU
    With the nights drawing in, the question of lighting our homes and public places is on people's minds once again. This video report shows how the European Union encourages schemes to switch to energy...
02-03-2009  | 3529 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information
Electricity and gaz : You choose!
Energy | Runtime: 9'41"
Electricity and gaz : You choose!
    Already effective in nine Member States, liberalisation of gas and electricity markets came into effect throughout the European Union from 1 July 2007. Electricity and gas consumers across the EU now...
02-03-2009  | 3776 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information
Sustainable cooling helps fight global warming
    In Europe, summer heat waves are becoming harder to bear. Demand for air conditioning is on the rise, especially in office buildings. Yet buildings alone represent 40% of the EU's energy consumption,...
02-03-2009  | 3979 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information
Local biofuel production boosts Europe's green future
    Traffic levels in Europe are constantly rising and so is pollution. Biofuels could play an important role in helping the EU reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. Unlike traditional fossil fuels,...
02-03-2009  | 5039 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information
20% renewable energy in 2020
Energy | Runtime: 3'55"
20% renewable energy in 2020
    On 23 January 2008, the European Commission proposed a number of measures making up the EU’s new energy and climate package. The aim was to fight climate change more effectively while boosting...
02-03-2009  | 4644 Hits |  Script (.doc) |  Video (.mp4) |  More information

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