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Honoloko goes multilingual

The PC game Honoloko, developed jointly by the European Environment Agency and the World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe, is launched in 26 languages on 25 August. This means that the Honoloko game is now available in all the official EU languages plus Bulgarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Romanian, Russian and Turkish.

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Free pc game on environment in 26 languages

Gamers all over Europe can now play a pc game and learn about the environment at the same time. The European Environment Agency in Copenhagen has launched the Honoloko pc game in 26 languages. The game is available on the internet and free to use.

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Environmental policy integration in Europe - the role of administrations

Environmental policy integration (EPI) means including environmental considerations into other policies, with a view to achieving sustainable development. While political commitment to this has received much attention, there has been less focus on support for EPI from administrations.

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Europe can reach a low emissions future

The European Environment Agency in Copenhagen has identified pathways to achieve Europe's contribution to a global climate change target.

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Increased power production drives EU greenhouse gas emissions up in 2003

Emissions of climate-changing greenhouse gases from the European Union have increased in 2003, after having fallen in 2002. Emissions in the 15 old member states (EU-15) increased by 53 million tonnes (1.3%) between 2002 and 2003.Total EU-25 emissions increased by 1.5%, says the latest annual report on greenhouse gas emissions from the European Environment Agency.

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