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Do we really have to generate so much rubbish?

Posted by Maria Spiliotopoulou on Friday, April 5, 2013, In : Various interesting stuff 

POLAND: Consigning waste to the scrapheap, by Ewa Wilk (newsmagazine POLITYKA)

From: http://www.presseurop.eu/en/content/article/3625211-consigning-waste-scrapheap

Eager consumers and producers of enormous quantities of waste, Poles are coming under pressure from the EU and will soon convert to a new approach to packaging – the religion of "re": reduction, recycling and reuse.

This year, the atavistic domestic spring cleaning has been accompanied by controversy over waste. Alongside 10 o...


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EU Publications: Key data on education in Europe 2012 (new)

Posted by Maria Spiliotopoulou on Thursday, February 21, 2013, In : European Union 

Key Data on Education in Europe 2012 is a Eurydice flagship publication tracing the main developments of European education systems over the last decade.

The report combines statistical data with qualitative information to describe the organisation, management and functioning of 37 European education systems from pre-primary to higher education.

More specifically, the 95 indicators included in the report address the following topics: Demographic Context, Educational Structures, Participat...


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