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Science for Environment Policy – News Alert!

The weekly News Alert forms the cornerstone of the Science for Environment Policy service.
Subscribers receive a regular news bulletin by email, free of charge, which summarises scientific studies in easy-to-read language with policy implications clearly highlighted. The studies are carefully selected for quality and European policy relevance.
Full details of the research paper that each article is based on are provided, along with contact details for the lead author of the original study, should subscribers wish to find out more.

 

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Observatory! OREGES, the observatory of Rhône-Alpes

Created in 2002, OREGES Rhône-Alpes was set up in response to the desire to make available, on a regional and territorial basis, a relevant observation and information tool to members of the general public, local authorities and players in the world of energy. Its steering committee is co-chaired by the State and the Region, and […]

News from the ORECA observatory in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

  The team of the Observatoire Régional de l’Energie, du Climat et de l’Air (ORECA) has the pleasure of informing you of it’s latest updates and publications (in French) available on their official website: Macroscopic evaluation of the potential of ground-based solar power plants in the south of France (2016) (FR pdf) Critères d’aides 2016 […]

ORECA annual brochure 2015

. . ORECA Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur – the Regional Observatory for Energy, Climate and Air – is pleased to present its latest publication: 2015 annual brochure. As it does each year, ORECA has established the region’s energy balance through a set of indicators showing the evolution of the various sectors in the territory. You can freely […]

Checking national implementing measures notified by national authorities:

Source: http://ec.europa.eu/atwork/applying-eu-law/implementation-monitoring/index_en.htm . EU directives set out results that all EU Member States must achieve. National authorities then have the choice of form and method to meet this result. Directives are used to bring different national laws into line with each other, and are particularly common in matters that affect the operation of the single […]