TESE is a multilingual controlled vocabulary - a carefully selected list of words - on education systems in Europe. It is designed by the Eurydice network to organize its publications by subject and to make them easier to retrieve in a search. This second, 2009 edition of TESE is a collaborative effort of information and education specialists and takes into account the most recent developments in education systems and policies in Europe. TESE is available in 15 languages: Czech, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Turkish. The Latvian version is currently under preparation. [+]
Show your readiness to act against climate change: Plant a tree!.
Around nine billion tonnes of CO2 is absorbed by trees every year, but nearly two billion tonnes are released through deforestation. By planting more trees, we can demonstrate our commitment to balance of the Earth's climate and can make our own surroundings a little bit greener!. Join our competition today and raise awareness of the need to act to tackle climate change. The European Commission invites young Europeans to take part in the Click a Tree initiative and to act against climate change.
The new on-line service "eBusiness Guide for SMEs: eBusiness software and services in the European market" is now available at the European Commission's Europa portal . The eBusiness Guide for SMEs is an intelligent online tool that helps enterprises to self-diagnose their eBusiness competences and related ICT needs. Based on this diagnosis, the eBusiness Guide proposes a range of suitable solutions, as well as local ICT service providers that can offer information and advice.
Eye On Earth — Citizen observatory on air and bathing water quality
Bringing together environmental data with feedback and observations of millions of ordinary people.
Eye on Earth is a two-way communication platform on the environment which brings together environmental data and scientific information with feedback and observations of millions of ordinary people. You'll be able to view air and bathing water quality for the majority of Europe as well as provide your feedback. You can even share this data with your friends and family using a number of social networking sites. [+]