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Marine biodiversity: life in seas under threat

Climate change, pollution, acidification, over-exploitation of fish stocks, invasive alien species all threaten life in our seas and consequently the services we obtain from them. The European Environment Agency’s (EEA) new short assessment of marine biodiversity takes a closer look at the ‘less known half’ of EU territory.

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Biodiversity, climate change and you

EEA Signals 2010: stories about people and their environment

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Better targeted agricultural spending could enhance biodiversity protection

Continuous change in agricultural land use directly affects Europe's biodiversity. A new report by the European Environment Agency (EEA) finds that Common Agricultural Policy payments could be used more effectively to support High Nature Value farmland and help halt biodiversity loss.

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Summer ozone: record low concentrations in 2009

Ozone levels in Europe during summer 2009 were among the lowest since comprehensive data reporting started in 1997.

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EEA set to improve data flows for GMES

The European Environment Agency (EEA) has started coordinating data flows from ground, sea and air observations, which will be used for Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) services. Building on existing mechanisms and capacities, EEA will develop an innovative and sustainable framework to make the data accessible.

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