The Airport Carbon Accreditation programme in pocket format!
The airport is a uniquely complicated space, bringing together hundreds of companies, thousands of vehicles and millions of passengers.
As far back as the 1970’s airports have been carrying out environmental management programmes dealing with various aspects of airport operations.
Now, in the context of climate change coupled with trading conditions that reward efficiency, different initiatives are underway to help lower carbon dioxide emissions at the airport.
Over the past 9 years, airports operators in different parts of the world have been gradually channelling their efforts to reduce their CO2 emissions, through an independent programme called Airport Carbon Accreditation.
The communication agency Page in extremis is pleased to be in the service of ACI EUROPE on the promotion of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.
ACI EUROPE is the voice of Europe’s airports, representing over 450 airports in 44 European countries. The members of the association handle 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe. Based in Brussels, ACI EUROPE leads and serves the European airport industry and maintains close links with other ACI regions throughout the world.
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Making Europe the best place to work!
The World Employment Confederation-Europe launches “Making Europe the best place to work”, the private employment industry’s vision for labour markets for the next five years.
As the EU prepares for a new Parliament and Commission to take over, WEC-Europe proposes five areas of focus and a series of concrete policy measures to help European people and companies adapt to changes in the world of work.
WEC-Europe believes that social innovation is the right approach to enable this vision and lead to new ways of working, learning and ensuring social protection.
“The private employment industry has started implementing this concept for some years now,” explains Denis Pennel, Managing Director of the World Employment Confederation-Europe.
The Vision Paper sets out concrete policy recommendations in five areas to capitalise on this experience and enable open, inclusive and sustainable labour markets in Europe:
- Encourage diverse forms of work to bring more people into the labour market;
- Empower EU citizens to build their career path in a changing world of work;
- Strengthen the Single Market to unlock the growth and jobs potential of business services;
- Rethink protection schemes to ensure the sustainability of national social models;
- Strengthen the collaboration between labour market intermediaries to maximise their potential.
WEC-Europe has summarised its key recommendations in an eye-catching leaflet. The publication is the result of the co-creative framework that occurred between the WCE-Europe team and the creative staff of the communication agency, Page in extremis.
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The communication agency helps create and develop each of your publications as an appendage of larger strategic communication plans.
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How to add a unique touch to your events?
Renting out interior design and decor solutions for your events!
DecoLoc rents out interior design from renowned European brands like Vondom, Slide or XL Boom, with an excellent eye for detail to fulfil all your expectations and needs.
To be able to cover the entire event, DecoLoc offers full coverage of your event, including all accessories and details. All of this will be refined with Mariano’s touch, to appeal to the amateur enthusiast as well as the connoisseur.
His promise: always being one step ahead of the competition!
Today DecoLoc mainly focuses on company/business activities, VIP receptions, wedding parties, staff parties, fares, interior design, seminaries, private parties and film shootings.
The Decoloc touch is: Closely work together with the clients in a personal way to offer them the best solution to their wishes. All that, giving them complete freedom of design and colour.
The Decoloc visual identity and the catalogue website are both signed by the communication agency, Page in extremis.
The catalogue website is the result of an intimate dialogue associating the management of Decoloc with the creative digital unit of the communication agency.
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Stay tuned with our planet: read the WWF magazine!
Appeared on Earth 300 000 years ago, Homo Sapiens has had an exceptional destiny. While our closest biological cousins, the great apes, now number about 200,000 individuals, the human has exceeded 7 billion individuals …
This demographic challenge is added to the global adoption of a lifestyle extremely voracious in natural resources.
In all areas, the signs of depletion of the Earth are multiplying worryingly:
- There is the talk of “windshield phenomenon” to evoke the virtual disappearance of insect impacts on windshields when driving on motorways.
- Forests have lost 1.2 billion km2, mainly for agriculture and plantations.
- In 25 years, dead zones in the oceans and seas have grown by 75%.
- Plastic seas have made their appearance and are wreaking havoc in many places around the world.
These are some crucial issues that must be addressed if we want to leave a living planet for our children.
WWF magazine provides an inspiring, in-depth look at the connections between animals, people and our planet.
Published quarterly by WWF, the magazine helps us make a part of the efforts to solve some of the most pressing issues facing the natural world.
The communication Agency, Page in extremis has been entrusted with designing and producing of the Belgian edition of the magazine, which is sent to the Belgian members of WWF.
Readers will find WWF Magazine has a contemporary design and a modern editorial approach. Every edition carries an appraisal of the association’s actions and projects and deals with significant environmental themes.
Page in extremis is delighted to associate its ability with the values of the WWF.
More than ever, we need all of us to save our only home, the Earth!
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CEMA, European Agricultural Machinery Association has a brand new website!
CEMA is the association representing the European agricultural machinery industry. The association brings shared expertise and shapes EU legislation for the benefit of sustainable farming and the agricultural machinery and solutions sector.
To advance agricultural machinery and solutions for sustainable farming, CEMA focuses on some priorities. Agriculture 4.0 and Smart Farm Machines are drivers for efficiency and competitiveness in modern sustainable farming. Through the participation to selected EU projects and initiatives, the European farm equipment industry contributes to innovation in the agri-food chain and is part of the solution to feeding a growing world population.
A crucial element of the CEMA activities is collecting statistics and data on market developments of the European agricultural machinery industry. Once analysed, CEMA then prepares several reports that are publicly available. Additionally, a monthly Barometer captures the mood of the key business players. CEMA is also part of the Agrievolution alliance where data and market trends are analysed from a worldwide perspective.
Stay tuned by the latest news & insights about markets, technology & EU regulation with the CEMA Website.
The website is the result of the collaborative work between CEMA’s team and the communication agency, Page in extremis.
Page in extremis realises major web-based communications projects for many well-known European institutions and associations.
Page in extremis has defined a very accurate process including monitoring and quality check particularly suited to provide maximum comfort to its clients and the best results.
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With 10 national member associations, the CEMA network represents both large multinational companies and numerous European SMEs active in the sector. CEMA represents more than 4,500 manufacturers, producing more than 450 different machine types and generating an aggregated turnover of more than EUR 26 billion. 135,000 people are directly employed in the sector, with a further 125,000 people working in distribution and maintenance.