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This document is a translation of the body text of the report "La imposible coexistencia" by Greenpeace Spain, Assemblea Pagesa de Catalunya and Plataforma Transgenics Fora. For annexes please refer to Greenpeace Spain website for the spanish...
Briefing for Environment Council on 9 March which will discuss EU position for the Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) COP8 in Brazil, March 2006
Brussels, Belgium — Mahi Sideridou of Greenpeace said:
"It is encouraging to see energy ministers recognise the pivotal role of renewables and efficiency for future energy policy, just as the Commission did in the Green Paper it launched last week".
Brussels, Belgium — Greenpeace objected today to threats of legal action by the European Commission against EU member
states and regions that seek – within the law – to prevent unnecessary and unwanted contamination of conventional and
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