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I-107757
Reference: I-107757
Date: 12/08/2015
Duration: 05:00

I-107756
Reference: I-107756
Date: 11/08/2015
Duration: 01:39

I-107564
Visit of Paul Collowald, President of the Robert Schuman Association and Vice-President of the Robert Schuman European Centre, to Jean-Claude Juncker
On 28 July 2015, Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the EC, received Paul Collowald, President of the Robert Schuman Association and Vice-President of the Robert Schuman European Centre, in Brussels.
Reference: I-107564
Date: 28/07/2015
Duration: 00:55

I-107563
Reference: I-107563
Date: 28/07/2015
Duration: 00:42

I-107557
Reference: I-107557
Date: 23/07/2015
Duration: 02:42

I-107295
Weekly meeting of the Juncker Commission
Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the EC, participated in the weekly meeting of the Juncker Commission with Catherine Day, Secretary-General of the EC. Were present: Frans Timmermans, First Vice-President of the EC in charge of Better Regulation, Inter-Institutional Relations, the Rule of Law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the EC, Kristalina Georgieva, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Budget and Human Resources, Andrus Ansip, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Digital Single Market, Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Energy Union, Valdis Dombrovskis, Vice-President of the EC in charge of the Euro and Social Dialogue, Jyrki Katainen, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, Günther Oettinger, Member of the EC in charge of Digital Economy and Society, Johannes Hahn, Member of the EC in charge of European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Neven Mimica, Member of the EC in charge of International Cooperation and Development, Dimitris Avramopoulos, Member of the EC in charge of Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, Pierre Moscovici, Member of the EC in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, Jonathan Hill, Member of the EC in charge of Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, Violeta Bulc, Member of the EC in charge of Transport, Vĕra Jourová, Member of the EC in charge of Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, and Carlos Moedas, Member of the EC in charge of Research, Science and Innovation
Reference: I-107295
Date: 22/07/2015
Duration: 04:10

I-107433
Reference: I-107433
Date: 20/07/2015
Duration: 03:35

I-107738
Climate change and food security
EU Member States experts and stakeholders on 14 July 2015 debated at Expo Milan on the impact of climate change on food safety and food security and its concomitant emerging risks to the health and quality of plants and seeds. An estimated global population of 9.2 billion people by 2050 requires means to increase food production sustainably by 60 % and demands a holistic approach drawing on a number of EU policies. At the same time, 10-16 % of world production is lost every year because of pests and diseases. Europe's agriculture, forests and natural heritage are also threatened by new pests and diseases as a result of the globalisation of trade, climate change but also travelling. The EU is a centre of excellence for plant breeding and seed production, thus playing a major role in addressing these challenges. The panel engaged in a dialogue with participants on the challenges of climate change for plant health and plant breeding. It comprised the approach to maintain a competitive, sustainable and productive agricultural sector in the EU to meet consumers’ expectations and market demand. Several tools and programmes were presented to prevent, detect and control emerging risks and plant diseases. To increase the yield potential and optimise resource efficiency there is a need for an integrated approach composed of agricultural practices and innovative breeding, the latter shifting towards genome analysis. The conference aimed to reflect on the future of sustainable agricultural, horticultural and forestry production, maintaining biodiversity in the EU and in the world. The availability of genetic resources as raw material for plant breeding contributes to the production of diverse and nutritious food/feed whereas diverse forest genetic resources allow forests to be more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Reference: I-107738
Date: 15/07/2015
Duration: -

I-106822
Reference: I-106822
Date: 15/07/2015
Duration: 03:15

I-107739
Climate change and food security
EU Member States experts and stakeholders on 14 July 2015 debated at Expo Milan on the impact of climate change on food safety and food security and its concomitant emerging risks to the health and quality of plants and seeds. An estimated global population of 9.2 billion people by 2050 requires means to increase food production sustainably by 60 % and demands a holistic approach drawing on a number of EU policies. At the same time, 10-16 % of world production is lost every year because of pests and diseases. Europe's agriculture, forests and natural heritage are also threatened by new pests and diseases as a result of the globalisation of trade, climate change but also travelling. The EU is a centre of excellence for plant breeding and seed production, thus playing a major role in addressing these challenges. The panel engaged in a dialogue with participants on the challenges of climate change for plant health and plant breeding. It comprised the approach to maintain a competitive, sustainable and productive agricultural sector in the EU to meet consumers’ expectations and market demand. Several tools and programmes were presented to prevent, detect and control emerging risks and plant diseases. To increase the yield potential and optimise resource efficiency there is a need for an integrated approach composed of agricultural practices and innovative breeding, the latter shifting towards genome analysis. The conference aimed to reflect on the future of sustainable agricultural, horticultural and forestry production, maintaining biodiversity in the EU and in the world. The availability of genetic resources as raw material for plant breeding contributes to the production of diverse and nutritious food/feed whereas diverse forest genetic resources allow forests to be more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Reference: I-107739
Date: 15/07/2015
Duration: -

I-106675
Reference: I-106675
Date: 08/07/2015
Duration: -

I-106245
Reference: I-106245
Date: 08/07/2015
Duration: 04:12

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European Commission - Daily News Daily News 03 / 09 / 2015 Brussels, 3 September 2015 First Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioner Avramopoulos in Greece today and tomorrow to offer support for refugee crisis Today, First Vice-President Timmermans and Commissioner Avramopoulos will be travelling to Athens and Kos, as part of...
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European Commission - EUROSTAT Brussels, 3 September 2015 Today, Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, releases the latest edition of the publication “The EU in the world”, which provides a portrait of the EU, considered as a single entity, in relation to the other major economies of the...
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European Commission - EUROSTAT Brussels, 3 September 2015 In July 2015 compared with June 2015, the seasonally adjusted volume of retail trade rose by 0.4% in the euro area (EA19) and by 0.3% in the EU28, according to estimates from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
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European Commission - Press release Brussels, 2 September 2015 The Commission has concerns that Mondi's acquisition of two of Walki's packaging plants could lead to less choice and higher prices for customers of certain packaging materials used for example to transport and protect fresh food or paper.
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- Press release European Commission Brussels, 2 September 2015 The European Commission has adopted its position paper for the World Humanitarian Summit 2016 calling for "A global partnership towards effective humanitarian action".
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European - Press release Commission Brussels, 2 September 2015 Commission proposes Baltic Sea fishing opportunities for 2016: more stocks than ever to be fished at sustainable levels. The European Commission today tabled its proposal on fishing opportunities in the Baltic Sea for 2016.
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European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 2 September 2015 Today the European Commission has adopted the Communication 'Towards the World Humanitarian Summit – A global partnership for principled and effective humanitarian action'.
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European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 2 September 2015 Questions and Answers on Fishing Opportunities in the EU for 2016. What are fishing opportunities? How are they set? Fishing opportunities, otherwise known as Total Allowable Catches (TAC), are decided on a yearly basis by Member States represented by their Fisheries...
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