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BarTender® Named a Top Logistics Technology Solution Provider 25 July 2017, 11:44 CET
Seagull Scientific announced today that CIO Applications magazine has selected Seagull's BarTender® software for the publication's prestigious list of the top 25 logistics technology solutions providers.

Press release on the Interim Report of the European Commission's High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance 21 July 2017, 00:09 CET
The members of the Global Green Finance Council (GGFC) support the transition to a sustainable economy and, during a recent meeting, welcomed the interim report of the European Commission's High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) on sustainable finance. The financial sector can indeed play a key role in this transition especially by enabling the mobilisation and allocation of the considerable capital that will be required to finance it.

Commission commits to create long-awaited social package in aviation with ETF and ECA 20 July 2017, 22:35 CET
The European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) and the European Cockpit Association (ECA) met with the Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc and the Employment Commissioner Marianne Thyssen for talks on the many and diverse social challenges facing the hundreds of thousands of aviation professionals they represent. Following those discussions, ETF and ECA warmly welcome the joint commitment made by the Commissioners to deliver a social package for aviation in 2018 and to bring the Juncker Commission’s social pillar to life in the aviation sector.

SMEs call for a different approach on work-life balance 19 July 2017, 13:02 CET
Today, at the informal Ministers' Meeting for Labour and Social affairs in Tallinn, Secretary General Véronique Willems explains why UEAPME rejects the proposal on work-life balance.

Copyright votes in CULT and ITRE: Filtering, blocking & half-baked compromises 14 July 2017, 12:05 CET
On 11 July, two Committees in the European Parliament voted on their Opinions on European Commission's proposal for a Copyright Directive: the Committee on Culture and Education (CULT) and the Committee onIndustry, Research and Energy (ITRE).

EU Commission decides to take Poland to court for failing to protect Bialowieza Forest 13 July 2017, 23:57 CET
WWF applauds today's decision by the European Commission to take Poland to European Court of Justice because of the increased logging in the Bialowieza Forest in breach of EU law.

ARTEC, IMI Systems, Krauss Maffei Wegmann and Lockheed Martin to showcase latest survivability technology 11 July 2017, 23:06 CET
SMi Reports: Leading OEMS, Prime Contractors and System Integrators to exhibit latest survivability technology at SMi's 3rd Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability Conference, 14th - 16th November in London, UK.

Czech Republic and Aero Vodochody to talk about the Aero L-39NG Jet Trainer 11 July 2017, 22:54 CET
SMi Reports: Czech Republic Chief of Combat Training to discuss plans, updates, and the Aero L-39NG at SMis’ 6th annual Military Flight Training conference 11-12th October in London, UK.

Defence Leaders from Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Macedonia and Slovenia to Review Plans on UAV Capability 11 July 2017, 22:49 CET
A recent study conducted by Goldman Sachs forecast $100 billion market opportunity for UAV market between now and 2020. *

Improving Energy Security in Europe: The Role of Infrastructure Investment 11 July 2017, 18:14 CET
The global sphere is facing increased debate and discussion surrounding the use of renewable energy sources and environmental protections. New projects including battery energy storage, wind farms, and solar panels support the drive for clean energy and put pressure on countries relying upon unsustainable means.

Copa and Cogeca, CELCAA and FoodDrinkEurope welcome political agreement on EU- Japan trade deal 06 July 2017, 21:48 CET
Copa and Cogeca, CELCAA and FoodDrinkEurope welcome the announcement made at today´s EU-Japan Summit on the 'in principle' agreement of an EU-Japan trade agreement, saying that an ambitious trade deal will have a significant positive impact on both economies.

MEPs call for EU strategy on Sustainable Development Goals 06 July 2017, 17:05 CET
The European Parliament today called on the Commission to produce an EU implementation strategy for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and to analyse the gaps in policies that could impact their achievement.

Biggest EU investors are partly aligned with Paris Agreement, but more efforts needed 05 July 2017, 23:01 CET
The EU's biggest investors are partly aligned with the Paris agreement's climate target of keeping global warming well under 2°C but still invest too much in coal, the first ever such analysis, carried out by WWF, shows.

Automobile industry calls for balanced outcome in EU-Japan FTA 05 July 2017, 22:52 CET
Ahead of a bilateral EU-Japan summit this week to conclude negotiations on a free trade agreement, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) calls on negotiators to ensure a balanced outcome for the European automobile sector.

EU-Japan trade deal smacks of corporate protectionism, Greenpeace 05 July 2017, 22:25 CET
According to media reports, the European Commission and Japan have reached an agreement which closes negotiations on most parts of the EU’s biggest bilateral trade deal to date.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Interview Released on UAV Market’s Developments 04 July 2017, 22:43 CET
SMi Group have released an interview with Dr Peter Fuhr, Tech Director UAS Research Centre at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ahead of his talk at the 2nd UAV Technology Central & Eastern Europe conference in Prague on 27 and 28th September 2017.

Royal, French, and Norwegian Air Forces Talk About the Future of Military Flying 04 July 2017, 22:41 CET
The UK, France, and Norway are actively procuring military aircrafts and are working to improve their military training strategies. Leaders from these respective Air Forces will speak at SMi’s 6th annual Military Flight Training conference will be held on 11-12th October 2017.

The British Army, ATDU, and DSTL to Discuss Survivability for Combat Vehicles 04 July 2017, 22:39 CET
As seen even in ongoing counter-insurgency and hybrid conflicts, threats to the vehicle are increasing in both scope and size. Traditional lightly armed combatants now have access to an increasing array of anti-armour capabilities, from the cost effective and lethal RPG 7 to 29 series, to the latest generation of anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM), capable of defeating most of the passive protection available to today’s combat vehicles.

Nord LB, SMBC, and NN Investment Partners B.V. to discuss optimal profitability from alternative energy sources 04 July 2017, 14:06 CET
Outdated modes of energy sourcing and dependence on external supplies drive a need to strengthen European energy security. New forms of energy and updated infrastructure through renewable energy would serve to remedy this reliance on energy suppliers and strengthen Europe’s commitment to the Paris Agreement.

AEGIS Europe calls on EU to ensure robust Trade Defence in glass fibre fabrics case 04 July 2017, 12:48 CET
AEGIS Europe has expressed major concerns regarding the approach being taken by DG Trade in the first expiry review of anti-dumping measures on imports of open mesh fabrics of glass fibres originating from China. This case comes at a crucial moment, one week before the start of the Trilogue on a new EU Anti-Dumping methodology, currently scheduled for 12 July.

Circular Economy Package: EucoLight calls on the European Institutions to secure clear and binding extended producer responsibility (EPR) requirements 03 July 2017, 23:30 CET
The final step of the adoption of the EU Waste legislative package is in the informal Trilogue phase. The European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission are finalising the text of the proposal to amend the Directive on Waste. This proposal includes minimum extended responsibility requirements.

Still no solution regarding patents on plants and animals 29 June 2017, 23:30 CET
The 38 Contracting States of the European Patent Office (EPO) at their meeting in The Hague decided to strengthen prohibitions in European patent law in regard to the breeding of plants and animals.

New EU Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance advances One Health vision, but falls short on concrete action 29 June 2017, 15:31 CET
The European Commission’s Communication on a new EU Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance has been released today, 29 June.

FairSearch reaction to Google decision and press conference announcement 28 June 2017, 23:12 CET
The European Commission took action on 27 June to prohibit Google's illegal search manipulation practices and to restore competition on the merits to Google's search results for a key online sector, comparison shopping - a service that allows users to compare product features, prices, and availability from a wide selection of online retailers.

Future of EU budget: European Commission proposal neglects the Paris Climate Agreement 28 June 2017, 20:46 CET
The European Commission has published its 'Reflection paper on the future of EU finances' today, the last of five policy reflection papers within the so called "White paper process on the future of Europe".