EFCA and COVID19

The global spread of an unknown and deadly enemy by Andrzej Jagusiewicz, president of EFCA Dear Members, Friends and Supporters, The 2020 has just started when everyone was observing the global spread of the unknown and deadly enemy « coronavirus » read more in the Newsletter


Contribute to the European Green Deal-Just Transition Fund

EFCA has been requested to be more active towards the Commission’s legislative proposals open for adoption. Our President have screened some proposals of the EC and think that we all as EFCA confederated members should contribute primarily to the European Green Deal-Just Transition Fund, which is open for adoption and being consulted from 15 January 2020 till 12 March 2020. In short this is a complex proposal for regional policy and related regulation including budgetary implications provided interested countries take active part in its implementation. You will find the full text of the proposal „European Green Deal – Just Transition Fund” directly on: https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-regulation/initiatives/com-2020-22_en


UNECE and EFCA

UNECE hold the fortieth anniversary special session on 11th and 12th december 2019 to celebrate 40 years of succesful activities under the Air Convntion. The event was marked by excellent guest speakers and extended participation upon invitation, including the President of EFCA.  To read more in the incoming EFCA newsletter


Gordana Pehnec CAPPA’s new International coordinator

At its recent Annual meeting CAPPA’s Board had several changes. Gordana Pehnec, CAPPA’s president, will from now on represent CAPPA as International coordinator in EFCA; she attended already several EFCA meetings and is well known in the Board. She takes the place of Vladimira Vadjic who stepped down. CAPPA’s new president is now Ranka Godec.

 


EFCA’s president supports Korean friends

With the upcoming transfer of IUAPPA’s secretariat to Korea a period of 43 years in the United Kingdom comes to its end. The move reflects that the region which suffers most seriously of bad air quality is presently in East Asia. Because Europe is among the regions which a long experience in fighting pollution IUAPPA’s departure from Europe it is important to actively keep the relations open. To symbolise the will at the European side EFCA’s president sent an encouraging message to KOSEA; the video was presented on 5 November at KOSEA’s annual meeting