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The webinar will take place in 5 March  - 10.30-12.30 (UTC+1) on the Zoom video platform.The main topic of the workshop is the achievement of a preliminary alignment of positioning among the EU environmental NGOs with respect to the priorities on soil protection, the required rules at supranational scale, and the way to make them more effective. 

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