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Letter: Swift action on Contracting Parties’ failure to reduce emissions for coal plants under NERP

The Health & Environment Alliance, Europe Beyond Coal, Climate Action Network Europe, Belgrade Open School, The Green Tank, Centar za ekologiju i energiju and CEKOR have written a letter to Janez Kopač, Director, Energy Community Secretariat, to express  serious concerns about the failure of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia and Serbia in reducing emissions from large combustion plants, including coal power plants, as foreseen under the National Emission Reductions Plans (NERP). 
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Letter: Greater effort for clean air for health urgently needed

In view of the urgency for cleaner air, the Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL), the International Association of Mutual Benefit Societies (AIM), the European Federation of Allergy and Airways Diseases Patients’ Associations (EFA), the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA), the European Respiratory Society (ERS), and the Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME), have sent a letter to all members of the European Parliament, calling for urgent greater effort for clean air for health.
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4 demands for an ambitious Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan

Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan has the potential to mark the beginning of a new era in cancer prevention. But the EU’s response to the growing challenge of tackling the leading cause of deaths in the EU can only succeed if it includes hands-on strategies to address environmental pollutants.
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Lettre : Avancement de l’application de plusieurs actions phares prévues dans la seconde Stratégie nationale sur les Perturbateurs endocriniens (SNPE 2)

Il y a plus d’un an, les autorités françaises lançaient la seconde Stratégie nationale sur les Perturbateurs endocriniens (SNPE 2). Nos organisations sont convaincues que les engagements pris dans la SNPE 2 ont le potentiel de contribuer à la prévention d’un certain nombre de pathologies, dont l’occurrence est de plus en plus liée à l’exposition aux perturbateurs endocriniens, et de préserver l’environnement des effets de ces substances.
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