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Structural and Cohesion Policies Following the Treaty of Lisbon

15-02-2010

The Treaty of Lisbon clearly has major consequences for structural and cohesion policies. This study assesses the changes made to those policies falling under the responsibility of Directorate B of the European Parliament’s Directorate- General for Internal Policies (institutional, procedural and financial changes, and also substantive changes to the legal bases).

The Treaty of Lisbon clearly has major consequences for structural and cohesion policies. This study assesses the changes made to those policies falling under the responsibility of Directorate B of the European Parliament’s Directorate- General for Internal Policies (institutional, procedural and financial changes, and also substantive changes to the legal bases).

The Challenge of Climate Change for Structural and Cohesion Policies

15-04-2009

The present note deals with the role played by Structural and Cohesion Policies, namely Agriculture, Fisheries, Culture, Transport and Regional Policies in the fight against climate change. The note aims at providing an overview of the problems, challenges, and policy options in these sectors.

The present note deals with the role played by Structural and Cohesion Policies, namely Agriculture, Fisheries, Culture, Transport and Regional Policies in the fight against climate change. The note aims at providing an overview of the problems, challenges, and policy options in these sectors.

Practical Guide

15-04-2009

This practical guide provides an overview of the legal background to the respective policy, of its achievements during the 6th term and of the challenges that still remain to be tackled. Additionally, it contains concise information about the activities of Policy Department B and of the services it can provide.

This practical guide provides an overview of the legal background to the respective policy, of its achievements during the 6th term and of the challenges that still remain to be tackled. Additionally, it contains concise information about the activities of Policy Department B and of the services it can provide.

Issues where Parliament Made a Difference in Structural and Cohesion Policies

15-01-2009

This note provides information on issues where the European Parliament has played an important role in the current legislature, starting in 2004. It is structured following a committee-by-committee approach and covers the fields of transport, regional development, agriculture, fisheries, and culture and education.

This note provides information on issues where the European Parliament has played an important role in the current legislature, starting in 2004. It is structured following a committee-by-committee approach and covers the fields of transport, regional development, agriculture, fisheries, and culture and education.

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