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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 034

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición

Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

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Active ageing

After the Second World War, Europe experienced an extraordinary baby boom that resulted in a substantial increase in the birth rate. The baby boomers are now reaching retirement age and European society is suddenly faced with the ageing of its population. People aged 65 and older will soon make up one third of the population. The European Commission therefore considers it essential to create the conditions enabling these baby boomers to stay in work longer and giving them the possibility to stay active members of society.
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Clean air for all

Cars have long served as the chief means of transport in cities. Their use has risen from one year to the next: for every 100 trips, 82 are made by car, 12 in public transport and 6 by bicycle. Over the longer term, this creates two major problems: ever longer (and more stressful) traffic jams and increasingly dense air pollution in cities. The latter aspect is particularly alarming because it has a direct harmful impact on people's health.In societies undergoing steady demographic changes, traffic has risen significantly in cities. Urban areas are sources of growth that day in and day out draw large numbers of commuters. Citizens need vehicles to go to work or school or for other activities in town. Most of the time, motor vehicles are used to travel these distances, whether short or long. The majority of these vehicles use fossil fuel (oil), which is responsible for air pollution. Road transport is responsible for more than 40% of particle emissions (particularly CO2) into the atmosphere. Given the structure of a city (height of buildings, concentration of motor vehicles, etc.), transport represents the leading cause of pollution in the urban environment.More and more European cities are organising themselves to address this problem and to develop less polluting or pollution-free means of transport. Given the increase in the number of cars, and the traffic resulting from this, other means of mobility are presented as being faster, safer and, above all, less polluting.In January 2006 the European Commission adopted a Strategy on the Urban Environment. It aims to improve the quality of life by advocating an integrated approach to environmental management, with urban development and urban transport based on the principle of sustainability. The strategy addresses issues such as air pollution, traffic and greenhouse gas emissions. It also recommends better application of legislation, particularly on air quality.Following on from that strategy, the European directive on air quality management requires cities to monitor strictly a whole range of pollutants. Local authorities must also draw up action plans to improve air quality in urban centres.Every year, European Mobility Week emphasizes the diversity of means of transport that can be used in cities. This year's theme is 'Clean air for all'. It will encourage inhabitants to make use of less polluting means of transport such as trains, public transport and bicycles. The week-long awareness-raising event will above all stress the connection between air pollution and citizens' health.Mobility Week, initiated by the European Commission in 2002 in the wake of the success of the 'In town without my car' days, takes place yearly from 16 to 22 September in some 2,000 cities in Europe and elsewhere. The initiative serves as a platform for municipalities and organisations as they try to raise public awareness of the environmental impacts of citizens' modes of transport. The aim is twofold: to spotlight cities' policies for sustainable mobility and to encourage the launch of new practices over the longer term.
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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 033

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición

Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 032

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición

Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

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Cancer patient at Cern

21 October 2008 Visit of Delegations from 42 Countries Cancer patient at CERN to ask for a scientific review on the 3D-CBSSee : Scientific public review of Crosetto's You'd like to see also: Solo la ci salverŕ

El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 031

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición

Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

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7th Emergency National Meeting's War and Human Rights

Riccione, 09/12/2008
The seventh national meeting for the Emergency volunteers in the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Conference with the participation of Howard Zinn and Gino Strada.

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El Noticiero Latino Americano - N° 030

El Noticiero Latino Americano - V Edición

Semanal latinoamericano desde la región de Liguria, Italia.

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Air travel: new rights for people with reduced mobility

As the summer holidays approach a new European regulation will guarantee more rights for both the disabled and people with reduced mobility when they travel by air. Nearly one in five Europeans can require assistance for travelling or communicating.
From 26 July 2008, these people will have the right to assistance and certain services in all European Union airports, as well as on board aircraft operating throughout European territory.
Under the new regulation the following changes must be made:
- Refusing reservation or boarding on the grounds of a disability or a mobility problem is now prohibited (apart from certain exhaustively listed exceptions).
- Assistance in airports and on board aircraft must be provided at no extra cost.
- Transport of mobility equipment and guide dogs must be provided at no extra cost.
- People with reduced mobility must be given information on their rights.
- Measures ensuring the enforcement of these rights must be put into practice.
The European Commission aims to guarantee that both the disabled and people with reduced mobility have the same access to air travel as any other passenger, without discrimination or extra costs.
The video details these new rights by following disabled or mobility-reduced persons throughout the reservation, check-in and boarding procedure. Visit the site: www.mostra.com
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