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By Chenoa Geerts, Associate Political Consultant The UK’s International Trade Secretary, Liam Fox, headed to the US last week, to lay the ground work for a potential transatlantic trade deal to be signed once the UK leaves the EU. His visit, however, was soon overshadowed by a row over whether or not the UK will… » read more

  Posted by The Whitehouse Consultancy

The Commission has just received more than one million signatures opposing glyphosate, the active substance which had its approval extended until the end of 2017. Since the European Chemicals Agency’s (ECHA) conclusion that the substance is not carcinogenic, the Commission is leaning towards granting a new 10-year authorisation. And now we have a million EU… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

Europe needs a strategic approach to combating micropollutants, tackling the problem at source. Further EU legislation is required         Pharmaceuticals, pesticides, cosmetics and many other daily products contain chemical substances produced by man. When we use them, they end up in the environment and particularly in our surface waters as micropollutants. These… » read more

  Posted by EurEau

Health is a Big Thing!

Genval, 6th June 2017. – The European Integration is at crossroads, the EU is suffering from many crises, its legitimacy is questioned by populist forces and in order to respond to that what is the best idea President Juncker and his team could come up with? Bingo! Scrap the tiny health programme to alienate even… » read more

  Posted by Zoltán Massay-Kosubek

Right now, Europe’s auto makers are preparing for the introduction of the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure, better known by its acronym WLTP. WLTP is a more rigorous laboratory test for measuring pollutant and CO2 emissions from passenger cars that will come into force later this year. From September 2017, WLTP will officially apply… » read more

  Posted by Eric-Mark Huitema

Genval, 2nd May 2017 – Air pollution is a major public health challenge of our time. The public health context in terms of protecting EU citizens’ health and reducing the chronic disease burden and its associated costs to healthcare systems is a vital consideration in the debate concerning polluted air in European Cities. (source of… » read more

  Posted by Zoltán Massay-Kosubek

A central feature of any high performing healthcare system or organisation includes best practice in medicines use and management. As all aspects of healthcare are under varying degrees of financial stress these days, cost controls and appropriate use of medicines must support the highest standards of clinical practice and safe patient care. Medicines optimisation is… » read more

  Posted by Euro-Sante :: Euro-Health

Don’t let me Down

Why it is time to start talking about eugenics He hugged me. Tight. He always noticed when someone was sad. He’d look at me with his blue almond-shaped eyes, and it felt as though I was the only person in the world. Danny is special. He even has his own special day. On March 21st… » read more

  Posted by The Freedom Blog

By Elias Papadopoulos, Political Consultant In early March the European Commission published a Roadmap on the Evaluation of the Regulation on the functioning of the internal market. In place since 1998, an assessment of the Regulation is indeed long overdue. Perhaps nowhere is intra-EU free trade more problematic than when it comes to food. As… » read more

  Posted by The Whitehouse Consultancy

by Julia Sinnig On 22 August 2012, the Joint Chamber of the Superior Federal Courts of Germany[1], consisting of the Federal Social Court and the Federal Court of Justice of Germany, held that the German price-fixing system for prescription-only medicinal products applying to German pharmacies as well as to mail-order supplies from pharmacies established in… » read more

  Posted by RSIEAblog

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