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1. BIO - SUISSE
Development - Sustainability - Biological cultivation (organic farming)
 Description of BIO SUISSE Umbrella organization of the Swiss organic farmers Common standards since 1981 Thoroughly organically operated farms Information bulletin "bio aktuell" Common label: the BUD
http://www.bio-suisse.ch/html/e_wir_3.html
 
 
2. Council of European Municipalities and Regions
Development - Sustainability - Regional development
 Established in 1951, the Council of European Municipalities and Regions originated from the conviction that local and regional authorities have a fundamental role to play in the realization of the European Union. They provide popular support for Europe through the efforts of local politicians who are the elected representatives closest to the citizens. Today, CEMR brings together more than 100 000 local and regional authorities in Europe, federated through 42 large national associations of local and regional authorities in 29 countries
http://www.ccre.org/
 
 
3. Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law (IMPEL)
International Conventions - Law - Legislation - Environmental law (International Contracts)
 Triggered by a Dutch initiative, IMPEL was conceived at an informal meeting of the Community Environment Ministers in 1991 where it was agreed that: "...it would be desirable as a first step to establish a Network of representatives of relevant national authorities and the Commission in the field of enforcement, primarily aimed at the exchange of information in the field of compliance and enforcement, and at the development of common approaches at a practical level."
http://europa.eu.int/comm/environment/impel/
 
 
4. International Vegeterian Union - Animals & Environment
Natural Environment - Animals
 The International Vegetarian Union is a non-profit making organisation with membership open to any non-profit organisation that advocates vegetarianism and is governed exclusively by vegetarians. A Supporter of IVU may be any individual, family or organisation that supports the aims and objectives of IVU, regardless of whether they are vegetarian or not. This particular section of the library concers "Animals & Environment".
http://www.ivu.org/animals/
 
 
5. International Vegeterian Union - Health & Nutrition ( IVU Science)
Quality of Life - Health
 The International Vegetarian Union is a non-profit making organisation with membership open to any non-profit organisation that advocates vegetarianism and is governed exclusively by vegetarians. A Supporter of IVU may be any individual, family or organisation that supports the aims and objectives of IVU, regardless of whether they are vegetarian or not. This particular section of the library concers "Health & Nutrition (IVU Science) ".
http://www.ivu.org/science/
 
 
6. International Vegeterian Union - Religion and Vegetarianism
Science - Knowledge - Rationalism - Religion
 The International Vegetarian Union is a non-profit making organisation with membership open to any non-profit organisation that advocates vegetarianism and is governed exclusively by vegetarians. A Supporter of IVU may be any individual, family or organisation that supports the aims and objectives of IVU, regardless of whether they are vegetarian or not. This particular section of the library concers "Religion and Vegetarianism ".
http://www.ivu.org/religion/
 
 
7. International Vegeterian Union - World Hunger / Famine Relief
Biosphere - Hunger
 The International Vegetarian Union is a non-profit making organisation with membership open to any non-profit organisation that advocates vegetarianism and is governed exclusively by vegetarians. A Supporter of IVU may be any individual, family or organisation that supports the aims and objectives of IVU, regardless of whether they are vegetarian or not. This particular section of the library concers "World Hunger / Famine Relief ".
http://www.ivu.org/articles/hunger.html
 
 
8. EUR-Lex
International Conventions - Law - Legislation - Environmental law (International Contracts)
 With the aim of offering a comprehensive picture of EU legislation and the decision-making procedures from their concept to their conclusion,the EUR-Lex website has been extended.
http://www.europa.eu.int/eur-lex/el/information/about.html
 
 
9. Pan European Network of Environmental Observatories for Planning, Education and Research
Science - Knowledge - Rationalism - Environmental law (Science - Knowledge - Rationalism)
 The PENELOPE project offers a new resource tool designed to assist in understanding how environmental law is being developed and applied within Europe. It is the result of a combined effort by experts in information technology and a number of leading European environmental law institutes.
http://www-penelope.etic.ac.uk/
 
 
10. Organic - Europe
Development - Sustainability - Biological cultivation (organic farming)
 The internet site http://www.organic-europe.net was set up by Stiftung Okologie & Landbau, Germany in 2000, and co-funded by the EU-Commision, Agriculture Directorate-General.
http://www.organic-europe.net/about.asp
 
 
11. Slow food
Quality of Life - Slow food
 Slow Food is a international non-profit movement, democratic, cultural and of social utility, based on the voluntary membership of people who intend to cultivate common cultural and gastronomic interests. Membership of the movement is open to everyone and is personal.
http://www.slowfood.it/
 
 
12. European Environment Agency
International Conventions - Law - Legislation - Environmental Institutions (International Contracts)
 The EEA aims to support sustainable development and to help achieve significant and measurable improvement in Europe's environment through the provision of timely, targeted, relevant and reliable information to policy making agents and the public.
http://www.eea.eu.int/
 
 
13. International Vegeterian Union
Quality of Life - Vegetarianism
 The International Vegetarian Union is a non-profit making organisation with membership open to any non-profit organisation that advocates vegetarianism and is governed exclusively by vegetarians. A Supporter of IVU may be any individual, family or organisation that supports the aims and objectives of IVU, regardless of whether they are vegetarian or not.
http://www.ivu.org/
 
 
14. European Environmental Agency - Transports
Transports - Transports
 Reforming the transport sector is one of the keys to making sustainable development a reality and one of the greatest challenges. The sector is the fastest growing consumer of energy and producer of greenhouse gases in the EU.
http://themes.eea.eu.int/Sectors_and_activities/transport
 
 
15. MedRegio-
Development - Sustainability - Sustainable Development
 In order to promote the principles of sustainable development in the sensitive area of the Mediterranean Regions of the European Union (Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal) deemed it advisable to join and create an International Non Governmental Organization, the Center of Euro-Mediterranean Regions for the Environment (MedRegion-Cepe). The MedRegio-Cepe was founded on March 10,1995 with its headquarters in Athens.
http://www.kepemep-cree.org/
 
 
16. International Labour Organization
Development - Sustainability - Employment - Unemployment
 The International Labour Organization is the UN specialized agency which seeks the promotion of social justice and internationally recognized human and labour rights. It was founded in 1919 and is the only surviving major creation of the Treaty of Versailles, which brought the League of Nations into being; it became the first specialized agency of the UN in 1946.
http://www.ilo.org/
 
 
17. Committee of the Regions
Development - Sustainability - Regional development
 The Committee of the Regions was created by the Maastricht Treaty in 1991. Europe's leaders were afraid that the EU was steaming ahead and leaving the public behind, and that is why they decided to set up a Committee to represent the local and regional authorities. It is certainly no coincidence that the Committee of the Regions and the concept of subsidiary were conceived at the same time, in the same place.
http://195.200.108.36/home.htm
 
 
18. Development of Urban Green Spaces to improve the Quality of life in Cities and Urban Regions
Anthropogenic Environment - Urban green space
 The aim of the URGE project is to improve the provision of cities with green spaces, both qualitatively and quantitatively, thus enhancing the quality of life of the urban population and contributing to the sustainable development of European cities. One major objective is to increase the available knowledge of the complex interactions between nature, economy and social systems in urban environments, considering this as a premise to the development of modern strategies for the design and management of urban landscapes.
http://www.urge-project.org/
 
 
19. International Bicycle Fund
Transports - Bicycle
 International Bicycle Fund is a non-governmental, nonprofit, advocacy organization, promoting sustainable transport and international understanding. Major areas of activity are non-motorized urban planning, economic development, bike safety education, responsible travel and cycle tourism, and cross-cultural, educational programs.
http://www.ibike.org/
 
 
20. International Bicycle Fund
Quality of Life - Health
 International Bicycle Fund is a non-governmental, nonprofit, advocacy organization, promoting sustainable transport and international understanding. Major areas of activity are non-motorized urban planning, economic development, bike safety education, responsible travel and cycle tourism, and cross-cultural, educational programs.
http://www.ibike.org
 
 
21. Swiss Federal Railways SBB AG
Transports - Railway
 The status of the SBB AG and of the railway as an energy-saving, space-saving and environmentally-friendly transport mode must be maintained and enhanced to give it a central importance.
http://www.sbb.ch/gs/umwelt_e.htm
 
 
22. Greenpeace
Political Ecology - Movements - Ecological organizations
 Greenpeace is 30 years old on 15 September 2001. Greenpeace is an organization that has grown from small beginnings into a global force with offices in 39 countries. With a unique ability to achieve changes by its use of direct, non violent actions and lobbying at international conferences. Greenpeace has become the worlds pre-eminent environment organization.
http://www.greenpeace.org
 
 
23. Environment
Political Ecology - Movements - Environmental Institutions (Political Ecology)
 European Commissions's site for the Environment.
http://www.europa.eu.int/comm/environment/
 
 
24. Organic Consumers Association
Quality of Life - Consumer Advice and Protection Bureau
 The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) promotes food safety, organic farming and sustainable agricultural practices in the U.S. and internationally. We provide consumers with factual information they can use to make informed food choices. Genetic engineering, irradiation, toxic sludge fertilizer, mad cow disease, rBGH are some of the issues we address. The OCA gives interviews and supplies background material for journalists, news organizations, and public interest activists worldwide. Our campaign strategies include public education, activist networking, boycotts and protests, grassroots lobbying, media and public relations, and litigation. We publish two electronic newsletters: Organic View and BioDemocracy News.
http://www.organicconsumers.org/
 
 
25. EUROPA Environmental Transboundary effects of industrial accidents
Pollution - Wastes - Industrial accidents
 This is the web page, which presents the European measures for the Environmental Transboundary effects of industrial accidents
http://europa.eu.int/scadplus/leg/en/lvb/l28078.htm
 
 

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