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Figure D source code Percentage of marine waters covered by Natura 2000
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Policy Document Commission Decision 2010/477/EU of 1 September 2010
Commission Decision of 1 September 2010 on criteria and methodological standards on good environmental status of marine waters.
Located in Environmental policy document catalogue
Policy Document Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment and the Coastal Region of the Mediterranean
The Convention for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea Against Pollution (the Barcelona Convention) was adopted on 16 February 1976 by the Conference of Plenipotentiaries of the Coastal States of the Mediterranean Region for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea, held in Barcelona.
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Policy Document Commission Staff Working Paper concerning the relationship between the initial assessment of marine waters and the criteria for good environmetal status
(SEC(2011) 1255 final)
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Highlight text/x-sh Hazardous substances in Europe’s fresh and marine waters – an overview
Hazardous substances in fresh and marine water can harm aquatic life and pose a risk to human health, according to a new report published today by the European Environment Agency (EEA). The report notes that while European legislation to address the issue is relatively strong, new challenges exist including ‘emerging pollutants’ where potential effects are not yet fully understood. More effort is also needed to ensure that chemicals are produced and used more sustainably.
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