Supporting the efforts of “Viata fara violenta”

  On the ocasion of an award ceremony organised by the Association "Viata fara violenta" (life without vilonce) on the 18th June in Bucharest, Mr Nelu Neacsu discussed with Mrs Mihaela OLARU, president of the Association, the opportunities of accessing European Funds for further developing projects in this field, and the support which EAR/AER could provide in this regard.
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Clean tech could save corporate fleets €28 billion-a-year and cut CO2

Corporate fleet managers could save millions of tonnes of emissions and €28 billion a year by tapping it available efficiency measures and clean technologies, according to a new report from analysts CE Delft. The statistics in the report imply that corporate fleet managers have more power over the composition of our atmosphere than most politicians, or even most oil executives. Transport is responsible for nearly a quarter of greenhouse gas emissions, and road transport accounts for 72-81% o...
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Volvo Group Says it Reached Energy-Efficiency Goal Five Years Early | Transport Topics Online | Trucking, Freight Transportation and Logistics News

Volvo Group North America said it has reduced energy consumption at its eight U.S. manufacturing plants by 26.8% compared with 2009 levels, achieving its efficiency goal under the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge five years early. Source: Volvo Group Says it Reached Energy-Efficiency Goal Five Years Early | Transport Topics Online | Trucking, Freight Transportation and Logistics News
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EU regional innovation must unite public, private and third sectors | The Parliament Magazine

If we are to make research and innovation strategies for smart specialisation (RIS3) a success in our regions we must be led by three clear principles. First, RIS3 is above all a process - an economic transformation using innovations for the wellbeing of a region. Currently, high priority actions focus on a few crucial political and industrial business areas defined by regional decision makers. Second, political decision makers need to start thinking about their region from the per...
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Express Trailers invests further in new DAF trucks – The Malta Independent

Express Trailers is once again investing in its ever-growing fleet of vehicles with the acquisition of 8 brand new DAF trucks which will now be deployed on its growing network across Europe. "At Express Trailers we are obsessed about optimising efficiency and reducing risks for stakeholders. Only a modern and reliable fleet of transportation vehicles, supported by proper monitoring technology, professionally driven by our team of drivers, can sustain increasing business and higher levels of s...
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European Innovation Scoreboards

European Innovation Scoreboards The European Innovation Scoreboards provide a comparative assessment of research and innovation performance in Europe. The scoreboards help countries and regions identify the areas they need to address. Innovation Union Scoreboard 2015 Sweden has confirmed its innovation leadership. It is followed by Denmark, Finland, and Germany as European Innovation Leaders. Compared to 2014, innovation performance has increased in 15 EU countries, while it decline...
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EAR/AER met Mrs. Mariana Gâju – Mayor of Cumpăna, Romania

On 3rd of June 2015, Nelu Neacsu and Louis Delcart met Mrs. Mariana Gâju – Mayor of Cumpăna, Romania. EAR/AER was tasked to examine business opportunities alongside the canal Danube – Black Sea and possible developments in the canal area, as part of the larger core corridor Rhine-Danube, which focuses on the rehabilitation of the fairways and removing bottlenecks with regard to inland waterways. Although the navigation on the Danube is still subject to natural and administrative obstacles,...
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re-schedule the debate “Illicit trade of tobacco products – a problem for European Regions” for October 2015.

Dear Madame /Sir, Over the last few days, we have received a great deal of interest and support for our event. This has motivated us to MAKE (pun intended!) an even better Event. Therefore, we have decided to re-schedule  the debate "Illicit trade of tobacco products – a problem for European Regions” for October 2015. We apologise for this change and we will contact you after the summer to confirm the new dates of the Event. All the best in the meantime and feel free to drop us an email in ...
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