Provisional Agenda of the Environment Council of 17 October

October 17, 2005

Brussels, 14 Oct 2005

Full text of Document 13071/05
Suite of documents 13071/05

date: Monday 17 October 2005 (10.15)

1. Adoption of the agenda

2. Approval of the list of "A" items
13159/05 PTS A 45

– Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency and amending Directive 1999/45/EC and Regulation (EC) (on Persistent Organic Pollutants) (LA)
– Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Council Directive 67/548/EEC in order to adapt it to Regulation (EC) of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the registration, evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals (LA)
= Policy debate
15409/03 COMPET 75 ENV 651 CHIMIE 3 CODEC 1692 (x) + ADD 1 (x) + ADD 2 (x) + ADD 3 (x) + ADD 4 (x) + ADD 5 (x) + ADD 6 (x)
13010/05 COMPET 208 ENV 447 CHIMIE 56 CODEC 847

13071/05 2 EN

4. Climate Change
- Council conclusions
12991/05 ENV 446 ENER 147 FISC 117 ONU 95

5. Better Regulation – Thematic Strategies
- Public debate
13140/1/05 ENV 454 COMPET 210 REV 1
12826/05 ENV 438 COMPET 203
185/05 ENV 431 COMPET 201

6. Any other business

(a) Communication from the Commission on reducing the climate change impact of aviation
- Information from the Commission
190/05 ENV 433 AVIATION 133

(b) EU Sustainable Development Strategy
- Information from the Commission

(c) 5th Meeting of the Ibero-American Forum of Environment Ministers (Colón, Panama, 21-22 September 2005)
- Requested by the Spanish and Portuguese delegations
13198/05 ENV 461 AMLAT 79

(d) European perspectives on the future use of genetically modified organisms
- Requested by the Danish delegation
13247/05 ENV 466 AGRILEG 146

(e) Environmental research in the 7th European Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration activities
- Requested by the Netherlands delegation
13216/05 ENV 464 RECH 188

(f) Next steps on the Emission Trading Scheme
- Requested by the Polish delegation
13226/05 ENV 465

(g) Genetically Modified Organisms: Decision-making Process
- Requested by the Luxembourg delegation
13254/05 ENV 467 AGRILEG 147

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