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W toku (updated on 14/01/2021)
Sygnatura: 
INT/928-EESC-2021
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Apr 27, 2021 Apr 28, 2021

The Digital Markets Act addresses the negative consequences arising from certain behaviours by platforms acting as digital “gatekeepers” to the single market.

Notatka informacyjna: Digital Markets Act

W toku (updated on 13/01/2021)
Sygnatura: 
NAT/807-EESC-2020
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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

The EU chemicals strategy aims to address the cumulative and combined effects of chemicals, including pesticides, stressing a need to accelerate work on methodologies that ensure existing provisions can be fully implemented.

The strategy is intended as a first step towards a zero pollution ambition for a toxic-free environment, as announced in the European Green Deal. 

Notatka informacyjna: Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability Towards a Toxic-Free Environment

W toku (updated on 12/01/2021)
Sygnatura: 
SOC/662-EESC-2020
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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

Notatka informacyjna: Teleworking and gender equality - conditions so that teleworking does not exacerbate the unequal distribution of unpaid care and domestic work between women and men and for it to be an engine for promoting gender equality

W toku (updated on 11/01/2021)
Sygnatura: 
INT/929-EESC-2021
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Apr 27, 2021 Apr 28, 2021

The landscape of digital services is significantly different today from 20 years ago, when the eCommerce Directive was adopted. Online intermediaries have become vital players in the digital transformation. Online platforms in particular have created significant benefits for consumers and innovation, but at the same time, they can be used as a vehicle for disseminating illegal content, or selling illegal goods or services online.

Notatka informacyjna: Digital Services Act

W toku (updated on 11/01/2021)
Sygnatura: 
CCMI/178-EESC
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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

Batteries placed on the EU market should become sustainable, high-performing and safe all along their entire life cycle. This means batteries that are produced with the lowest possible environmental impact, using materials obtained in full respect of human rights as well as social and ecological standards. Batteries have to be long-lasting and safe, and at the end of their life, they should be repurposed, remanufactured or recycled, feeding valuable materials back into the economy.

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