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Now available Layman report which presents the results of the project, a summary of the actions undertaken effciently and the objectives achieved during the project.
Green Week Conference 2013
ANSWER OUR QUESTIONNAIRE !
Eco-Innovation - Empowering Entrepreneurship / Successful final conference
Conference Video -(only in Spanish) RESCATAME: Sensores Urbanos para la calidad del aire
3rd Conference on Energy Efficiency in building and public areas. - 7-9 November in Malaga Spain
Many Europeans still exposed to harmful air pollutants
European Parliament - Presentation of RESCATAME Results in AIR Policy Intergroup Meeting
RESCATAME invited to speak in Intergroup meeting AIR POLICY at the European Parliament
As partner in the RESCATAME project, EBN is invited to participate actively in the Intergoup Meeting entitled 'AIR POLICY' that will take place in the European Parliament next 26th of September. Philippe Vanrie, EBN's CEO, and Cedric Hananel of EBN will present the results and benefits of the RESCATAME project in terms of sustainable traffic levels and traffic control measures management.
Environment: Better information for citizens about major accident risks
ew rules that enter into force today will see EU citizens better informed about major threats posed by industrial plants in their immediate vicinity. The rules are part of an otherwise technical update of the Seveso Directive, a key instrument in industrial risk management, which is being adapted to reflect recent changes in the international and European classification of chemicals. The Directive obliges Member States to draw up emergency plans for areas surrounding industrial installations where very large quantities of dangerous substances are to be found.
Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik said: "Seveso III will mean better protection against major accidents for citizens and the environment. It will also mean that citizens are better informed, and more involved in land-use planning decisions."
EC confirms cars' emissions limits for 2020