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The Day After Tomorrow

'The Day After Tomorrow,' the northern hemisphere is plunged into an ice age as global climate change causes the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic to 'switch off.' Pure fiction? A worst case scenario that can't be ruled out? Or a reminder that global climate change is a serious threat to society and the environment?

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The Day After Tomorrow

In the new Hollywood eco-disaster movie 'The Day After Tomorrow', the northern hemisphere is plunged into an ice age as global climate change causes the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic to 'switch off'. The film is a reminder that global climate change is a serious threat to society and the environment.

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Children in Their Environments: Vulnerable, Valuable and at Risk - The Need for Action

The EEA, in collaboration with WHO/Europe and the Collegium Ramazzini, is organising a science-policy workshop on emerging environmental threats to children on 22 June 2004 in Budapest. The workshop is being held in connection with the WHO's fourth ministerial conference on environment and health, taking place in the Hungarian capital on 23-25 June.

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Nature-rich farmland areas need greater support to prevent species loss

The European Union will not reach the goal of halting species loss by 2010 if it does not do more to prevent the decline of its most nature-rich areas of farmland, the European Environment Agency (EEA) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) warned today.

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Nature-rich farmland areas need greater support to prevent species loss

The European Union will not reach the goal of halting species loss by 2010 if it does not do more to prevent the decline of its most nature-rich areas of farmland, the European Environment Agency (EEA) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) warned today.

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