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Ref: I-087162
Date: 05/03/2014

Ref: I-037046
Date: 15/10/1996
Conseil des ministres "Environnement", 1956e session: extraits de la conférence de presse finale
On 15 October 1996, EU Ministers for Environment gathered in Luxembourg. Following the meeting, Brendan Howlin, Irish Minister for the Environment and President in office of the Council; and Ritt Bjerregaard, Member of the EC in charge of Environment and Nuclear Safety, held a press conference. Brendan Howlin focused on the discussion on the draft directive relating to the contained use of genetically modified micro- organisms and the focus on the fundamental principle of protecting human health and environment. He also outlined that the Council had its first orientation debate on a proposal by the European Commission regarding the review of the communication of 1989 on a Community strategy for waste management. The debate focused on questions put forward by the Presidency evoking, in particular, the need to reduce waste and the necessity to harmonize terminology as regards waste definition, the role of the polluter-pays principle, the ranking of waste incineration and waste recycling and the implementation of the proximity and self sufficiency principles. Ritt Bjerregaard evoked that the European Commission informed the Council on the state of play regarding its proposed decision concerning the placing on the market of genetically modified maize (Zea mays L). Three committees had embarked on an in-depth examination of this dossier. The Commission intended to present the results of their work to the Council at its December meeting. Finally, Brendan Howlin said that the Council was informed by the European Commission on the state of negotiations for an agreement in humane trapping standards with the third countriesconcerned. The European Commission was encouraged to continue actively the negotiations according to the mandate received from the Council and in keeping with the spirit of Regulation 3254/91.

Ref: I-097694
Date: 19/01/2015

Ref: I-080540
Date: 09/07/2013

Ref: I-076019
Date: 31/01/2013

Ref: I-036697
Date: 16/09/1996
2e réunion informelle de la CE avec les ministres de l'Environnement des PECO: extraits des discours d'ouverture
On 16 September 1996, Ritt Bjerregaard, Member of the EC in charge of Environment and Nuclear Safety, organised a meeting to gather the Ministers for the Environment of the Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) for an informal discussion on environmental issues. In her opening speech, Ritt Bjerregaard said that, since their meeting one year ago, real progress had been made on the way towards accession, links have been intensified at all levels and a network of correspondents in each Ministry of Environment had been established. She also mentioned the visits she did in Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, Latvia, Estonia and said she would plan to visit the five others next year. She added that these countries had important and large areas of land in their natural stage and CEECs had here an asset for membership. Hans van den Broek, Member of the EC in charge of External Relations with the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Mongolia, Turkey, Cyprus, Malta and other European Countries, Common Foreign and Security Policy and Human Rights and External Missions, reminded that CEECs would need to align their environmental legislation with that of the European Union. He also focused on investments that would also be needed and that amounts could be financed from national public sector budgets or the EU , through PHARE, but investment could also come from the private sector and the international financial institutions. Finally, Brendan Howlin, Irish Minister for the Environment and President in office of the Council, said the importance of improving the implementation and the enforcement of environmental legislation in the existing EU Member States.

Ref: I-106764
Date: 10/07/2015

Ref: I-037043
Date: 15/10/1996

Ref: I-037926
Date: 09/12/1996

Ref: I-075801
Date: 10/01/2013

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