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Environmental effect on diseases could be underestimated

The current way of analysing connections between environment and health attributes only 2-5% of European mortality and morbidity to environmental factors. However, this so-called "burden of disease" approach is likely to be flawed, according to EEA executive director Professor Jacqueline McGlade who spoke today at the 2005 conference of the UK Health Protection Agency at Warwick University.

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A PRELUDE to the future?

PRELUDE, a highly visual presentation from the European Environment Agency in Copenhagen, explores five possible futures for a Europe that is experiencing major changes in the way we use our land.

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Europe's environmental future demands more action in key sectors

Policy makers must better integrate environmental issues across EU policies

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Gold medal to EEA director

EEA director Professor Jacqueline McGlade was awarded the gold medal from Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, on Wednesday 7 September. The award was made during the opening ceremony of the international conference EnviroInfo 2005.

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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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