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Document 32001L0018

European Commission
European Parliament
Council of the European Union
Legal basis:


Commission: 11997E251 ; 11997E095; 11992E100A ; 11992E189B;
Procedure:
Co-decision procedure (COD)
Type of file:
Directive
Proposal for a Directive
EuroVoc thesaurus:
environmental protection; environmental impact; biotechnology
Directory code:
15.10.20.50 Environment, consumers and health protection / Environment / Pollution and nuisances / Chemicals, industrial risk and biotechnology
Decision:
Approval of joint text of Conciliation Committee
Council agenda:
WRITTEN PROCEDURE
Council session:
3333333333
Documents:
CS/2001/6347
PRES/2001/50
BULLETIN/2001/1/-2/1.4.42
Decision:
Approval of joint text of Conciliation Committee
Rapporteur:
David Robert BOWE
Documents:
A5/2001/32
BULLETIN/2001/1/-2/1.4.42
JO C/2001/276/119
CELEX number of the main document:
52001AP0032
Leading service:
Directorate-General for Environment
Decision:
Amending opinion
Decision mode:
Empowerment procedure
Remarks:
Follow-up to EP opinion on 2nd reading
Documents:
COM/2000/293/FINAL
C5/2000/249
BULLETIN/2000/5/1.4.25
CELEX number of the main document:
52000PC0293
Decision:
Partial agreement
Remarks:
Undertaking respected after 2nd reading
Decision:
Approval with amendments
Rapporteur:
David Robert BOWE
Documents:
A5/2000/83
BULLETIN/2000/4/1.4.12
JO C/2001/40/123
CELEX number of the main document:
52000AP0083
Rapporteur:
David Robert BOWE
Author of report:
Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
Documents:
A5/2000/83
PE/232865
Council agenda:
ITEM "B" ON COUNCIL AGENDA
Council session:
2234
Subject:
TRANSPORT
Documents:
CS/1999/11216
CS/1999/13859
BULLETIN/1999/12/1.2.146
JO C/2000/64/1
CELEX number of the main document:
52000AG0012
Council agenda:
ITEM "B" ON COUNCIL AGENDA
Council session:
2194
Subject:
ENVIRONMENT
Documents:
CS/1999/9433/6
PRES/1999/203
BULLETIN/1999/6/1.2.101
Leading service:
Directorate-General for Environment
Associated service:
Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion ; DG I – External Relations: Commercial Policy and Relations with North America, the Far East, Australia and New Zealand ; Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development ; DG III – Industry ; Directorate-General for Health and Consumers ; Directorate-General for Research and Innovation
Decision mode:
Empowerment procedure
Addressee for formal act:
European Parliament ; Council of the European Union
Procedure:
Co-decision procedure (COD)
Type of file:
Proposal for a Directive
Remarks:
Follow-up to EP opinion
Documents:
COM/1999/139/FINAL
C4/1999/164
BULLETIN/1999/3/1.3.119
JO C/1999/139/7
CELEX number of the main document:
51999PC0139
Decision:
Partial agreement
Remarks:
Undertaking respected
Decision:
Approval with amendments
Rapporteur:
David Robert BOWE
Remarks:
Conciliation possible for EP
Documents:
A4/1999/24
JO C/1999/150/363
BULLETIN/1999/1/-2/1.3.208
CELEX number of the main document:
51999AP0024
Rapporteur:
David Robert BOWE
Author of report:
Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
Documents:
A4/1999/24
PE/227836
Draftsman:
José H.G. HAPPART
Author of opinion:
Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
Draftsman:
Marjo Tuulevi MATIKAINEN-KALLSTRÖM
Author of opinion:
Committee on Industry, Research and Energy
Rapporteur:
Sergio COLOMBO
Documents:
CES/1998/1117
BULLETIN/1998/9/1.2.119
JO C/1998/407/1
CELEX number of the main document:
51998AC1117
Leading service:
Directorate-General for Environment
Decision mode:
Written procedure
Addressee for formal act:
European Parliament ; Council of the European Union
Addressee for mandatory consultation:
European Economic and Social Committee
Legal basis:
11992E100A ; 11992E189B
Procedure:
Co-decision procedure (COD)
Type of file:
Proposal for a Directive
Remarks:
EUR-OP
Documents:
COM/1998/85/FINAL
CS/1998/6378
C4/1998/129
BULLETIN/1998/1/-2/1.3.216
JO C/1998/139/1
CELEX number of the main document:
51998PC0085

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