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The Commission of the European Community has approved Malta's National Allocation Plan 2005-2007 regarding the emissions of greenhouse gases from large installations.
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The Malta Environment & Planning Authority through the EIPP, allocated the sum of Lm 15,000 towards the conservation of Wied Ghollieqa as this site is considered as ecologically important.
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With the adoption of council directive 2001/42/EC, Member States within the EU are obliged to undertake an environmental assessment of certain plans and programs, during the their preparation and before their adoption.
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MEPA has just launched OrthoPhotoMap 2004, the latest addition to a range of spatial data products produced by MEPA as part of Malta's Spatial Data Infrastructure. The product has already been incorporated into some key Government Geographic Information Systems and is now being made available to the public.
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The Malta Environment and Planning Authority is issuing for public consultation the revised Supplementary Planning Guidance on Agricultural Buildings, Farm Diversification and Stables.
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During the last budget, government clearly declared three priorities: economic growth, improving education and the environment. Now, as concrete actions are being taken on serious environmental issues, the usual concerns about jobs and competitiveness start to make headlines. [THE SUNDAY TIMES 31.01.05]
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The Malta Environment & Planning Authority (MEPA) determined 249 applications in December and received 382 new applications. The net pending caseload at the end of the month was 3,836.
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Malta is one of the 141 countries in which today the Kyoto protocol has come in force. The Kyoto accord, which aims to curb the air pollution blamed for global warming, has come into force seven years after it was agreed.
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for the first time Maltese children aged between 6 and 16 are encouraged to participate as children of a new Member State in the EU's Green Week Schools Competition 2005.
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The Malta Environment & Planning Authority has introduced MyPlanning and Mobileplus, two new services that will continue to offer a more efficient and effective customer service.
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The Malta Environment and Planning Authority today approved the application for the first phase of construction of a sports complex in Mellieha.
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The Malta Environment & Planning Authority (MEPA) determined 561 applications in February and received 564 new applications. The net pending caseload at the end of the month was 3,983.
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the Malta Environment & Planning Authority (MEPA) determined 492 applications in March and received 617 new applications. The net pending caseload at the end of the month was 4,094.
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the Malta Environment & Planning Authority,MEPA, has launched the Qawra/Dwejra Heritage Park Action Plan for public consultation. This document includes proposals for 25 management measures to be implemented in order for the site to achieve the desired levels of protection of natural and cultural heritage.
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bhala parti mill-process ta' Konsultazzjoni Pubblika, il-kumitat ta' tmexxija li qed inedi il-Pjan ta' Azzjoni ghad-Dwejra u l-Qawra (Ghawdex) qed isejjah laqgha pubblika nhar is-Sibt 7ta' Mejju fid-09:30hrs u fis-13:30hrs u nhar il-Hadd 8ta' Mejju fis-13:30hrs fl-Iskola Primarja ta' San Lawrenz.
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the Malta Environment & Planning Authority, MEPA, has published an updated version of the Design and Policy Guidance, DC2005. This will replace the previous document published in the year 2000.
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The Malta Environment & Planning Authority today announced the institution of the Environment Planning Awards. These awards will be in recognition to those companies and individuals who implement innovative development proposals which respect the environment. The award ceremony will be part of the Authority's activities for World Environment Day.
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a considerable amount of burnt engine oil was thrown on Portes des Bombes some time during the night or the early morning. The oil was used to deface at least five parts of this historic edifice. Portes des Bombes was recently restored and in 2001 was scheduled as an Area of High landscape Value.
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only 1% of the Maltese population who responded to the Eurobarometer survey, think first about 'protecting Nature' when they talk about the environment; they are most worried about 'air pollution'
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