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Celebrating 10,000 subscribers Science for Environment Policy goes from strength to strength

Now with 10,000 subscribers, Science for Environment Policy plays a key role in disseminating cutting edge, policy-relevant research findings in the environmental sciences. The news alert service was launched in January 2006 and quickly attracted a considerable number of subscriptions from old Member States of the EU.

Recently, these figures have been buoyed by a notable and important increase in subscribers from new EU Member States. Doubravka Nedvedova of the Ministry of Environment of the Czech Republic, the service’s 10,000th subscriber, said: “Being from the Czech Republic, I was delighted to find a service that directly addresses a number of the environmental problems we face both nationally and across the EU. It is very helpful to have such clearly written and relevant information delivered directly to my inbox.” Brought to you FREE by DG Environment of the European Commission, this information service brings policy-relevant research findings in the following areas direct to your email inbox: • Agriculture • Air pollution • Biodiversity • Biotechnology • Chemicals • Climate Change & Energy • Environment and Health • Environmental Information Services • Environment Technologies • Forests • Land use • Marine Ecosystems • Natural Hazards • Noise • Risk Assessment • Soil • Sustainable Consumption and Production • Sustainable Development and Policy Assessment • Sustainable Mobility • Urban Environment • Waste • Water The service is weekly and covers recently published studies. The articles are written in easy-to-read, non-scientific English specifically to allow non-scientists and non-native speakers of English easy access to the latest scientific research. To subscribe to the service, send an email to with the message line: 'subscribe-SfEP' or visit the news alert website at:


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