Opinions

  • Priimtos on 08/12/2010
    Nuoroda
    TEN/441-EESC-2010-1630
    Plenary session number
    467
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    GALILEO – Access to the public regulated service
  • Priimtos on 08/12/2010
    Nuoroda
    TEN/438-EESC-2010-01-01-1629
    Plenary session number
    467
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    Extending the mandate of ENISA
  • Priimtos on 08/12/2010
    Nuoroda
    TEN/426-EESC-2010-01-01-1628
    Employers - GR I
    Ireland
    Plenary session number
    467
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    A Digital Agenda for Europe
  • Priimtos on 08/12/2010
    Nuoroda
    CCMI/84-EESC-2010-01-01-1614
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    Proposal for a Council Regulation on State aid to facilitate the closure of uncompetitive coal mines
  • Priimtos on 21/10/2010
    Nuoroda
    CCMI/75-EESC-2010-01-01-1365
    Employers - GR I
    Spain
    Plenary session number
    466
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    In the framework of this opinion a hearing (Changes and prospects for the metal working industry) was organized in Barcelona, Spain, on 31 May 2010.
    Metalworking industry
  • Priimtos on 21/10/2010
    Nuoroda
    SOC/378-EESC-2010-1376
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Romania
    Plenary session number
    466
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    EESC opinion: Combating trafficking in human beings
  • Priimtos on 21/10/2010
    Nuoroda
    SOC/389-EESC-2010-1377
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Germany
    Employers - GR I
    Spain
    Plenary session number
    466
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    EESC opinion: European Year for Active Ageing (2012)
  • Priimtos on 21/10/2010
    Nuoroda
    NAT/470-EESC-2010-01-01-1372
    Employers - GR I
    France
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    EESC Opinion: International climate policy post-Copenhagen
  • Priimtos on 21/10/2010
    Nuoroda
    REX/297-EESC-2010-01-01-1378
    Workers - GR II
    France
    Plenary session number
    466
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    Transatlantic relations and the international promotion of the ESM
  • Priimtos on 21/10/2010
    Nuoroda
    /-EESC-0000-01-01-NAT/470 - 1372/2
    "The initial reaction to the Copenhagen Accord was one of profound disappointment at the failure to reach a general agreement on targets and measures for combating global warming. However, on closer inspection, it does deliver some advances not only toward the goal of keeping any increase in temperature to below 2°C compared with the pre-industrial era, but also in making progress possible on both technology transfers and funding for developing countries and on more specific agreements on the use of land and forestry. Its conclusions now need to be built on in the next rounds of negotiation in Cancun and South Africa."
    Opinion of the EESC on International Climate policy post-Copenhagen