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What if crop protection were environment-friendly?

11-02-2020

Pesticides are indispensable in modern agriculture, but the EU wants crop protection to be responsible and eco-friendly. What options are there to reduce the use of synthetic pesticides?

Pesticides are indispensable in modern agriculture, but the EU wants crop protection to be responsible and eco-friendly. What options are there to reduce the use of synthetic pesticides?

Wildlife Crime

15-06-2016

This briefing provides a background and abstracts of the study on Wildlife crime in the European Union and five in-depth analyses of the situation in Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, and the UK, which were prepared for the ENVI Committee in 2016.

This briefing provides a background and abstracts of the study on Wildlife crime in the European Union and five in-depth analyses of the situation in Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, and the UK, which were prepared for the ENVI Committee in 2016.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Stephan SINA, Christiane GERSTETTER, Lucas PORSCH, Ennid ROBERTS, Lucy O. SMITH, Katharina KLAAS and Teresa FAJARDO DE CASTILLO

Plant health legislation: Protective measures against plant pests

22-03-2016

Following an evaluation of the European Union's plant health regime, on 6 May 2013 the European Commission proposed a new regulation on protective measures against plant pests. These include regulating pests on the basis of established criteria for risk assessment and prioritising those pests with the most serious consequences. More focus is being placed on high-risk trade coming from third countries. The proposal provides for better surveillance and the early eradication of outbreaks of new pests ...

Following an evaluation of the European Union's plant health regime, on 6 May 2013 the European Commission proposed a new regulation on protective measures against plant pests. These include regulating pests on the basis of established criteria for risk assessment and prioritising those pests with the most serious consequences. More focus is being placed on high-risk trade coming from third countries. The proposal provides for better surveillance and the early eradication of outbreaks of new pests. On 15 April 2014, the outgoing European Parliament adopted its first-reading position. Seven trilogue meetings were held which concluded on 16 December 2015, when the representatives of the Council and Parliament finalised an overall compromise text. Once the Council adopts its first reading position, the text could then be adopted by the Parliament without amendment in an early second reading. A more recent edition of this document is available. Find it by searching by the document title at this address: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/thinktank/en/home.html

Wildlife Crime in the Netherlands

15-03-2016

This analysis on wildlife crime was commissioned by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety. It gives an overview of the state of wildlife crime in the Netherlands based on available documents and empirical research including interviews. The study identifies main routes and species linked to illegal wildlife trade as well as Dutch efforts to combat wildlife crime.

This analysis on wildlife crime was commissioned by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety. It gives an overview of the state of wildlife crime in the Netherlands based on available documents and empirical research including interviews. The study identifies main routes and species linked to illegal wildlife trade as well as Dutch efforts to combat wildlife crime.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Nicolien VAN DER GRIJP

Wildlife Crime in Germany

15-03-2016

This report on wildlife crime in Germany was commissioned by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety. It gives an overview of the state of wildlife crime in Germany and the efforts undertaken to combat it. It is based on available documents, mainly CITES biennial reports, and empirical research including interviews.

This report on wildlife crime in Germany was commissioned by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety. It gives an overview of the state of wildlife crime in Germany and the efforts undertaken to combat it. It is based on available documents, mainly CITES biennial reports, and empirical research including interviews.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Stephan SINA, Christiane GERSTETTER and Katharina KLAAS

Wildlife Crime in Spain

15-03-2016

This paper provides an in-depth analysis of wildlife crime and efforts to combat it in Spain. It identifies best practices by law enforcement agencies: the Spanish Administrative Authority of CITES, the special police for the protection of nature (SEPRONA) and the Special Prosecutor’s Office. In addition, it reports on shortcomings in enforcement and resources. The analysis was commissioned by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety.

This paper provides an in-depth analysis of wildlife crime and efforts to combat it in Spain. It identifies best practices by law enforcement agencies: the Spanish Administrative Authority of CITES, the special police for the protection of nature (SEPRONA) and the Special Prosecutor’s Office. In addition, it reports on shortcomings in enforcement and resources. The analysis was commissioned by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Teresa FAJARDO DE CASTILLO

Wildlife Crime in the United Kingdom

15-03-2016

This paper provides an in-depth analysis of wildlife crime and efforts to combat it in the UK. It was commissioned by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety. It presents an overview of significant seizures and criminal prosecutions, discusses the involvement of organised crime groups and provides an insight on relevant actors, the current domestic legislative framework and the actions taken by the UK to tackle wildlife crime.

This paper provides an in-depth analysis of wildlife crime and efforts to combat it in the UK. It was commissioned by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety. It presents an overview of significant seizures and criminal prosecutions, discusses the involvement of organised crime groups and provides an insight on relevant actors, the current domestic legislative framework and the actions taken by the UK to tackle wildlife crime.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Andrea ILLES

Wildlife Crime

15-03-2016

This study gives an overview of the state of wildlife crime in Europe based on available documents, EU-Twix data and empirical research including interviews. The study identifies main routes and species linked to illegal wildlife trade, as well as enforcement deficits. It also develops policy recommendations in view of the upcoming EU Action Plan.

This study gives an overview of the state of wildlife crime in Europe based on available documents, EU-Twix data and empirical research including interviews. The study identifies main routes and species linked to illegal wildlife trade, as well as enforcement deficits. It also develops policy recommendations in view of the upcoming EU Action Plan.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Stephan SINA, Christiane GERSTETTER, Lucas PORSCH, Ennid ROBERTS, Lucy O. SMITH, Katharina KLAAS and Teresa FAJARDO DE CASTILLO

Invasive alien species: List of species of Union concern

15-12-2015

According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), invasive alien species (IAS) are the second most significant threat to biodiversity after habitat loss. They are also capable of causing significant damage to human health and to the economy. The cost of controlling invasive alien species and repairing the harm they do in the EU is estimated at €12 billion annually. To tackle this cross-border issue, an EU Regulation on IAS was adopted in 2014 and entered into force in January ...

According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), invasive alien species (IAS) are the second most significant threat to biodiversity after habitat loss. They are also capable of causing significant damage to human health and to the economy. The cost of controlling invasive alien species and repairing the harm they do in the EU is estimated at €12 billion annually. To tackle this cross-border issue, an EU Regulation on IAS was adopted in 2014 and entered into force in January 2015. The European Commission had to submit to Member States' representatives a list of 'invasive alien species of Union concern' by January 2016, as an EU wide containment measure. Under the Regulation, the list of IAS of Union concern will contain only species that are scientifically proven to be particularly harmful and that can be addressed in a cost-efficient manner. The compilation of the list is not a one-off exercise, but is intended as an ongoing process. NGOs and the European Parliament have criticised the draft list for being too short and for not including some species which they consider are particularly widespread and harmful to ecosystems.

Konwencja o międzynarodowym handlu dzikimi zwierzętami i roślinami gatunków zagrożonych wyginięciem

05-12-2014

Unia Europejska dopiero od niedawna ma prawną możliwość przystąpienia do Konwencji o międzynarodowym handlu dzikimi zwierzętami i roślinami gatunków zagrożonych wyginięciem (CITES). Przystąpienie pozwoliłoby UE na pełne uczestnictwo w pracach związanych z konwencją. Wydaje się, że panuje konsensus między instytucjami UE, jeśli chodzi o zasadę przystąpienia, chociaż wybór podstawy prawnej jest przedmiotem dyskusji.

Unia Europejska dopiero od niedawna ma prawną możliwość przystąpienia do Konwencji o międzynarodowym handlu dzikimi zwierzętami i roślinami gatunków zagrożonych wyginięciem (CITES). Przystąpienie pozwoliłoby UE na pełne uczestnictwo w pracach związanych z konwencją. Wydaje się, że panuje konsensus między instytucjami UE, jeśli chodzi o zasadę przystąpienia, chociaż wybór podstawy prawnej jest przedmiotem dyskusji.

Planowane wydarzenia

01-12-2020
FISC Public Hearing on 1st December 2020
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FISC
01-12-2020
Inter-parliamentary Committee meeting on the Evaluation of Eurojust Activities
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LIBE
02-12-2020
Public Hearing on AI and Health
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AIDA

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