Secondary raw material from this blog – still valuable stuff

October 15, 2012

In the spirit of the upcoming review of EU waste policy, here’s some secondary raw material that you may have missed the first time around. It still, hopefully, has some value.

5 years ago: I considered the potential for public opinion to have a greater impact on EU public policy. Has much changed in five years I wonder? Answers on a postcard (or in comments).

2 years ago: Our tech team led by Teresa Calvano put out a paper on cloud computing. With a Cloud Computing Communication released by the Commission only weeks ago, Teresa and the team are holding a luncheon on the subject matter later in November. Keep an eye on our Brussels website’s events page for details.

1 year ago: Anita Kelly reversed roles by interviewing the European Voice‘s Ian Wishart about the use of digital tools in media. You can hear his thoughts here. Or follow him on Twitter here.


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