EC bio move welcomed
- Cefic Issues Common Statement on EU Chemicals Policy... // Chemical Week;6/25/2003, Vol. 165 Issue 23, p5
Reports on the plan of Cefic to distribute a common analysis and opinion statement to its members on the European Commission's proposed chemicals policy. Deadline for submission of comments on the policy.
- U.K. Distributors Offer an Alternative to Reach. Young, Ian // Chemical Week;5/19/2004, Vol. 166 Issue 17, p21
Reports on the publication of an alternative version of the Registration, Evaluation, and Authorisation of Chemicals (Reach) testing program, a proposed chemical policy of the European Commission, by the British Chemical Distributors and Traders Association (BCTDA) in Great Britain. Effects of...
- ELIG calls on EC to improve policy on content. // e.learning age;Apr2009, p2
The article talks about the request of the European Learning Industry Group (ELIG) on the European Commission (EC) to provide better learning content related policy for Europe. ELIG is said to be making this request in an aim to promote high quality resources as they claim that the...
- Support sought for campaign to ban long-distance transport. // Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;12/1/2012, Vol. 171 Issue 22, p549
The article reports that the Equine charity World Horse Welfare has called on veterinary surgeons to support its campaign to end the long-distance transportation of horses to slaughter across Europe by adding their names to an open letter to the European Commission.
- Level playing field for all labels, Impala urges EC. Ashton, Robert // Music Week;8/7/2010, Issue 31, p4
The article reports on the suggestion given by Impala, an independent music companies organization, to the European Commission regarding the challenges facing the independent cultural companies in Europe.
- Concern over European nutrient USLs rises again. Starling, Shane // Functional Ingredients;Dec2007, Issue 71, p11
The article reports on the methods considered for upper safe levels (USLs) for nutrients by the European Commission (EC), which is criticized by the Alliance for Natural Health (ANH). Dr. Damien Downing, ANH medical director, states that some of the methods were unscientific and flawed. However...
- Could RTOs help European liberalisation? Willcox, Jeremy // Modern Power Systems;Jul2001, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p17
Focuses on the impact of regional transmission organizations on the liberalization of electricity market in Europe. Issuance of directives to prevent unfair competitions; Failure of the European Commission to implement directives; Presentation of three models of competition.
- Endocrine disrupting chemicals: a new and emerging public health problem? Acerini, C. L.; Hughes, I. A. // Archives of Disease in Childhood;Aug2006, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p633
The article focuses on the concerns about the environmental endocrine toxicity by endocrine disrupting chemicals, which have captured the attention of many national and international health organizations in Great Britain. In fact, the European Commission has identified endocrine disrupting...
- Dealers get rights, but lack muscle. de Saint-Seine, Sylviane // Automotive News Europe;3/25/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p1
Reports on the rights received by the car dealers from the European Commission. Reason of car dealers for not taking advantage of the rules; Remarks from Conseil European Au Commerce et de la Reparation Automobile president J uuml rgen Creutzig; Details on the price differentials between...