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Resource efficiency and circular economy models can help us in decoupling economic growth from resource use and its negative environmental externalities. There is growing global acknowledgement of the significance of resource efficiency and circular economy for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals and commitments under the Paris Agreement. The transition to the circular economy requires a 'systemic shift' and global cooperation.

The Arctic region sits at the crossroads of major trends that contribute to reshaping the foreign policies of the European Union, Norway and Canada: it is home to significant geopolitical rivalries expressed by its neighbouring powers, and it also witnesses dramatic environmental and socio-economic changes to its structure and ecosystem. What common views do Europeans and Canadians share about these global challenges? How can they work together towards addressing them? What form should this multilateral cooperation take?

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Welcome to the quarterly update of news and activities from the EU Delegation to Australia.

AGENDA POINT 1: SURVEILLANCE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS ADOPTED BY THE DSB

B. UNITED STATES – SECTION 110(5) OF THE US COPYRIGHT ACT: STATUS REPORT BY THE UNITED STATES (WT/DS160/24/ADD.182)

·    We thank the United States for its status report and its statement today.

·    We refer to our previous statements. We would like to resolve this case as soon as possible.


AGENDA POINT 1: SURVEILLANCE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF RECOMMENDATIONS ADOPTED BY THE DSB

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