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Guest blog post by Elena Gerebizza from Energy Campaigner Re:Common, Adriana Paradiso from Counter Balance and Melanie Mattauch from 350.org.   In an open letter released today, climate scientists, indigenous leaders, environmental and social justice groups, actors and artists call on the European Union to immediately withdraw its support for a gas mega-pipeline that would… » read more

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by Sandra Cabrera Alvarado Growing rise in Euroscepticism among its citizens, threaten by rising tides of economic instability, troubling nationalism, security concerns and political uncertainty both within the region and internationally; the European Union (EU) finds itself at the crossroads. As we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Rome treaty, EU institutions must resolve to… » read more

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Guest blog post by Hans-Jochen Luhmann, Senior Expert at the Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie. The not even steadily but actually increasingly increasing discrepancy between target and real (NOx emission) values of cars and vans has not been a new phenomenon – it has been measured and published since more than a decade. In… » read more

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Ana Barreira1, Director at the Instituto Internacional de Derecho y Medio Ambiente (IIDMA)2 Chlorine has a diverse variety of uses ranging from health and medicine uses to high-tech applications. Three techniques have been used to produce it: mercury, membrane and diaphragm cells. Mercury and its compounds are highly toxic to humans, ecosystems and wildlife. It… » read more

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Niels Muiznieks, Commissaire aux droits de l’homme du Conseil de l’Europe, s’inquiète de cette tendance prononcée à compliquer le regroupement familial. Il le fait avec des paroles fortes : « Les réfugiés seront là pour longtemps ; ça n’a aucun sens de nier un besoin humain fondamental en les séparant de leur famille, c’est complètement… » read more

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Article initialement publié sur Cafebabel.fr le 19 mai 2017 Ce jeudi 18 mai, Cafébabel a assisté à la conférence du Comité économique et social européen “Erasmus Time! Living European Identity”. L’occasion pour nous de retourner sur 30 ans d’échanges, de diversité et de partage. En 2014, le programme Erasmus devient Erasmus +, une réelle bouffée… » read more

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