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Glifozát nélküli Európa – a kapára egyik gyom sem rezisztens

Az Európai Gazdasági és Szociális Bizottság (EGSZB) az EU jövőjével, egységével kapcsolatos számos, aktuális kérdés megtárgyalása mellett a szeptember 20-21-i brüsszeli plenáris ülésén napirendre tűzte a a „Ban Glyfozát” (Tíltsák be a glifozátot) európai polgári kezdeményezés* megtárgyalását is. Van esély arra, hogy látván a polgári kezdeményezés gyors sikerét és a mögötte álló erős társadalmi hátteret … Continue reading

EU 20 years of Single Market – Single Market through the eyes of the people

In October 2012 EU is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Single Market which was always one of the most important contributing pillars of the European integration. It is a good occasion to think about the past and future of the Single Market and about why and how we can or can not use yet … Continue reading

GWP CEE Regional Workshop on Integrated Drought Management, 5-6 October Bratislava

A regional workshop on Integrated Drought Management takes place in Bratislava at Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute on 5-6 October. It is a join initiative of Global Water Partnership Central and Eastern Europe (GWP CEE), GWP Technical Committee and World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute will host the venue. The main objective of the workshop is … Continue reading

EU Single Market anomalies – Salami Ungherese made in Trento Italy

Just an example from the EU food and consumers goods market: I am living in the former „Eastern Block” in Hungary but travelling quite a lot across Europe. So I can have a quite clear overview about what is going on and available here and there. The market and the market powers are extremely unbalanced. … Continue reading

Climate-Smart Agriculture (Working With Nature Not Against It)

By Laszlo Keki (Hungary) I can still remember (me and Giedre were there) that early morning on the last day of the 2010 COP16 UN Climate Change Summit in Cancun, Oxfam unveiled a giant sand sculpture of Mexican farmers called for concrete action for the sake of the millions of poor people around the world … Continue reading

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