Public participation rates/data

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Dear Secretariat General (SG),

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

Data on the participation rates of the 15 public consultations undetaken by all Commission Secretariat Generals in September 2011 (here- http://ec.europa.eu/yourvoice/consultati... ).

Particularly, I would like to receive documents/information on;
- the number of responses in total/per consultation,
- the number of responses made by individuals in each consultation,
- the number of responses made by organisations,
- the types of organisations (eg. NGO, trade union, oil company, retail business etc)
- the average timespan of these consultations.
- any other similar such data held on the public consultations would also be welcomed.

Yours faithfully,

Andreas Pavlou

Generalsekretariat der Europäischen Kommission

Dear Sir,

We thank you for your email dated January 25, 2011.

Since it is a request for information, it will not be dealt under Regulation 1049/2001. We have forwarded your request to the 10 Directorates General concerned. They will reply to you as soon as possible.

Best regards,
Priscille Schiltz
SG B5 - Transparency, Access to documents

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EUROPEAN COMMISSION
Competition DG

 

Brussels, 31/01/2012

 

  Acknowledgement of receipt

 

HT.352 - Consultation on the Review of the Communication on short term
export credit insurances

Subject : Access to information request - Public participation rates/data

Your reference:

Sir/Madam,

The Directorate-General for Competition has received your correspondence
dated 2012-01-25 (Registration: 2012/010299), concerning the subject
referred to above.

 

DG COMP Registry

if you have any question or probem, please contact the Registry at
[1][email address]

 

HT.2950 - Assessing State aid for films and other audiovisual works.

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Dear Mr. Pavlou,

 

Further to your request of 25/01/2012, which is indeed not a request for
public access to document to be dealt under Regulation 1049/2001, we are
pleased to provide you with the awaited information, which you can find
here: "Online survey on scientific information in the digital age -
Studies and reports":
[1]http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-soc....

 

In particular, you can find on page 9 the number of responses in total (=
1.140) , the number of responses made by individuals (citizen + individual
researchers = 743), the number of responses made by organisations (
research funding organisations + international organisations +
universities/research institutes + libraries + publishers= 312). NGOs have
been addressed under the category "Other", and no information has been
requested to respondents regarding their field(s) of activity;

 

We hope we have met your concerns.

 

Kind regards,

 

Silvia BOJINOVA

Head of Unit R.5 

 

 

Silvia BOJINOVA . R5 . Head of Unit
EUROPEAN COMMISSION . Research & Innovation DG
SDME 04/083 Tel. +32 2
Square de 29 85891 [2]www.ec.europa.eu/research
Meeûs, 8 Fax +32 2 [3][email address]
B - 1049 29 -------
Brussels
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Generalsekretariat der Europäischen Kommission

 

Dear Mister Pavlou,

 

We thank you for your message concerning the Public Consultations held by
the European Commission during the period of September 2011.

Considering the nature of your questions, your request has been assigned
to our services as an "Information Request" and not as an "Access to
Documents" request.

 

We are happy to provide you with the information on the Public
Consultation on Trade and Development which has been held by DG Trade in
the aforementioned period.

This online consultation provided a large range of international
stakeholders with the opportunity to present their views and contribute to
the new "Communication on Trade, Growth and Development", which has been
adopted formally and published on our website on Friday, January 27^th.

 

The consultation was held from 21-06-2011 to 18-09-2011. Participants
could answer the questionnaire online or by email.

118 answers were collected from 37 different countries.

You can find all the relevant information on this public consultation, as
well as the final report and a document containing all the answers given,
on the following page :
[1]http://trade.ec.europa.eu/consultations/...

We reprint the key-figures below as you requested,

 

Kind Regards,

Edson Ramos

Information Officer Tel:
+32-2-295.23.28
Unit A3 – Fax:
information, +32-2-296-98-54
Communication & Civil  
Society

Sogeti NV for
Directorate General
Trade 

European Commission

 

Trade, Growth and Development - consultation data

 

            Number of respondents per Organization Type

 

Public authority 14

University/research centre 4

Trade union 6

Development ngo 29

Associations 30

Individual Businesses 11

Other 20

No organization (individuals) 4

 

TOTAL 118

 

            Number of respondents per Country

 

Belgium 32
UK 9
France 8
Germany 5
Sweden, Uruguay 4
Finland, Austria, Brazil, Bolivia, Guatemala 3
The Netherlands, Mauritius, Egypt, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Mali, 2

Ecuador, USA, Guyana  
Ireland, Latvia, Portugal, Denmark, Greece, Malta, Czech Rep., Turkey, 1
Malawi, Senegal, Madagascar, Peru, Mexico, New
 
Caledonia, Jordan, Thailand
International- Brussels 4
ACP 1
International Org. "Austria/Brazil" 1
International Org. "PapuaNG/Solomon/UK" 1
TOTAL 118

 

 

 

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For the attention of Mr Andreas Pavlou
 
Dear Mr Pavlou,
 
Following your request of information addressed to the Secretariat General
of the European Commission on 25 January 2012, I am pleased to inform you
about the public consultation "Impact assessment for a possible revision
of Directive 2000/59/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of
27 November 2000 on port reception facilities for ship-generated wastes
and cargo residues".
[1]http://ec.europa.eu/transport/maritime/c...
 
1. The on-line consultation was opened for a period of nine weeks, from 14
July 2011 to 16 September 2011
 
2. Total number of respondents: 58
 
3. Number of individual respondents (personal capacity): 11
 
4. Number of responses by organisations: 47
 
5. Breakdown of responses by type of organisations:
- National public authorities: 6
- Local or regional public authorities: 14
- Industry associations or NGOs: 16
- Private sector companies: 11
I hope that this information will be useful for you.
 
Yours Sincerely, 

     Laurent Prat
     European Commission
      Directorate General for Mobility and Transport
      Unit D.2 - Maritime safety    
      Postal address: DM 28 - 03/66 B-1049 Brussels
      Office address: Rue de Mot 28, B-1040 Brussels
      Tel. +32 2 296 97 01 
      E-mail: [2][email address]

 

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Generalsekretariat der Europäischen Kommission

Dear Mr. Pavlou,

Thank you for your e-mail of 25 January, which you sent to the General
Secretariat of the Commission and by which you request information about
several public consultations carried out by the Commission around the
month of September. In accordance with my  head of unit, Mr. Dimitrios
Theologitis, I may reply to your inquiry as follows:

Being responsible for ports and inland navigation, our unit carried out a
public consultation on the follow-up to the Naiades Action Programme. This
particular public consultation lasted from 10 June to 1 September 2011. We
have published the results under
[1]http://ec.europa.eu/transport/maritime/c....

Under this link, you may find answers to all your questions in all
necessary detail, including a sound executive summary.

Yours sincerely,

Maximilian Bauernfeind

Maximilian Bauernfeind

European Commission
DG MOVE, Unit B3
Ports & Inland Navigation
Rue De Mot 28, Office no. 03/05
B-1049 Brussels
Tel: +32 2 2980373
e-mail: [email address]

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Dear Mr Pavlou,

Please find the information you requested on 25th January regarding the public consultation "Enhanced data transparency on electricity market fundamentals" (closing date 16.09.2011).

- the number of responses in total/per consultation: 33 non-confidential and 1 confidential answer
- the number of responses made by individuals in each consultation : 0
- the number of responses made by organisations : 8 authorities, 16 associations / interest groups
- the types of organisations (eg. NGO, trade union, oil company, retail business etc) : 10 energy companies
- the average timespan of these consultations: the consultation period was from from 22/07/2011 to 16/09/2011
- any other similar such data held on the public consultations: no additional information

Best regards,

DG ENER / A-1 - Access to documents
DM 24 8/118

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Dear Mr Pavlou,
 
Thank you for your request.
Regarding the public consultation on the revision of Directive 2003/42 on
occurrence reporting, please find below the information you requested.
 

The number of responses in total: 61 replies

The number of responses made by individuals: 11 replies

The number of responses made by organisations: 40 replies

The types of organisations: unions, European and national associations,
airlines, ANSPs, manufacturers

The time span of the consultation: for 12 weeks between the 24^th of June
2011 and the 15^th of September 2011.

Other relevant information: The number of responses made by Public
authorities: 10 replies
 
Best regards
 
Delphine MICHEAUX NAUDET
European Commission
DG MOVE E3 Air Safety
Rue de Mot 24 - 05/123
B-1040 Bruxelles
Tél: +32 (0) 2 295 38 17
 

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Dear Mr Pavlou,

Regarding your e-mail of 25 January 2012 please find attached a copy of
our reply letter signed by Dr. W. Penning, Head of Unit.

<<d3(12)158176_Reply WP to Pavlou.pdf>>
Best regards,

Marketta VIITANIEMI
Secretariat SANCO/D3
 
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European Commission
DG Health and Consumers
Unit D3 Risk Assessment
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
[2][email address]

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Received a message from DG COMP:

Dear Mr Pavlou,

Thank you for your enquiry. All information you seek on the two public consultations for which DG COMP is responsible has been published on DG Competition website and can be found under the following links:

Consultation on the Review of the Communication on short term export credit insurance:
http://ec.europa.eu/competition/consulta...

Assessing State aid for films and other audiovisual works:
http://ec.europa.eu/competition/consulta...

Best regards
Justyna Majcher

Justyna Majcher-Williams
State Aids Policy and Scrutiny
DG Competition
European Commission
Rue de la Loi 56, 01/14
1040 Brussels

Generalsekretariat der Europäischen Kommission

 

EUROPEAN COMMISSION
Competition DG

 

 

 

Brussels, 13/02/2012

 

    Acknowledgement of receipt

 

Subject : Access to information request - Public participation rates/data
- PAVLOU

Your reference:

Sir/Madam,

The Directorate-General for Competition has received your correspondence
dated 2012-01-25 (Registration: 2012/014735), concerning the subject
referred to above.

 

DG COMP Registry

if you have any question or probem, please contact the Registry at
[1][email address]

 

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Dear Mr Pavlou,

Thank you for your email of 25 January 2012 and your interest in public
consultations undertaken by the European Commission in September 2011.

This reply is refering to the public consultation that had been launched
in view of the preparation of a Communication on the Sustainable
Competitiveness of the construction sector and its enterprises.

Despite the published instruction on how to provide the relevant data of
the contributors, we have only received the contact details (names of
organisation, branch etc.) of some of the contributors.

Unfortunaltey many contributions have been provided anonymously and
therefore I can only give you a general reply.

The European Commission will most likely publish together with the future
Communication an evaluation report of the public consultation. The
adoption of the Communication is foreseen in April 2012.

The full contributions can only be published with the permission of the
stakeholders concerned.

The minimum timespan for replies to a public consultation is 40 working
days. As we launched the consultation just before the summer holiday
period, the delay was extended to 55 working days. The consultation was
open from 6 July 2011 to 15 September 2011.

We received 47 contributions - not counting double transmissions.

Please do not hesitate to contact me, in case you are looking for
additional information on this consultation.

Kind regards,

MANUELA CASSAN
Assistant Policy Officer
 
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European Commission
DG Enterprise & Industry
Unit G.5 Construction, pressure equipment, metrology

B100 02/04
B-1049 Brussels/Belgium
+32 2 295 07 19
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This refers to the web-based, public consultation on Cloud Computing.

A report of the public consultation on Cloud Computing is available
here:

[1]http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/...

Other documents relating to the consultation process are to be found
here:

[2]http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/...

There were 538 respondents to the web-based public consultation. Of
these, 182 claimed to be individuals.
The largest single group of respondents claimed to represent companies
(230 from 538). The remainder were public administrations (33),
academics (42) or "other" (51). Respondents were not required to give
further details of their types of organisation.

The consultation opened on 16^th May 2011 and closed on 31^st August
2011, a duration of 16 weeks.

David Callahan
European Commission
Information Society and Media

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Dear Mr Pavlou

Thank you for your interest in the review of the Cinema Communication. As
far as the Cinema Communication public consultation is concerned, all the
contributions received have been published on the public consultation
page, together with the period of consultation (just over 3 months, from
20 June 2011 to 30 September 2011):
[1]http://ec.europa.eu/competition/consulta....

Kind regards

Obhi Chatterjee

State aid – Information, communication & media

DG Competition

European Commission

B-1049 Brussels

Belgium

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Dear Andreas Pavlou,
 
Thank you for your e-mail dated 25/01/2012 registered on 18/04/2012 under
number 2012/1982. I hereby acknowledge receipt of your request for access
to documents.
 
In accordance with Regulation 1049/2001 regarding public access to
European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, you will receive a
response to your request within 15 working days.
 
Yours sincerely,
 
 
Y E R A N I G  M O U R A D I A N
EUROPEAN COMMISSION | DG Environment
Unit A.2 - Compliance promotion, governance & legal issues
Office BU-5 00/158
Avenue de Beaulieu 5
1160 BRUXELLES
Tel.: +32 (0)2 296 20 44
Fax: +32 (0)2 297 96 89
 
 
 

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Dear Andreas Pavlou,
 
Please ignore our previous e-mail as your request does not concern a
concrete document, it is not handled under the Access to documents
Regulation 1049/2001 but is treated under the Code of Good Administrative
behaviour as a request for information.
 
Please note that we are taking the necessary action to provide you with a
reply as soon as possible.
 
We apologize for the mistake and thank you in advance for your
understanding.
 
Kind regards,
 
 
Y E R A N I G  M O U R A D I A N
EUROPEAN COMMISSION | DG Environment
Unit A.2 - Compliance promotion, governance & legal issues
Office BU-5 00/158
Avenue de Beaulieu 5
1160 BRUXELLES
Tel.: +32 (0)2 296 20 44
Fax: +32 (0)2 297 96 89
E-mail: [1][email address]
 
 
 
______________________________________________
From:    ENV ACCESS DOCUMENTS 
Sent:   Wednesday, April 18, 2012 11:11 AM
To:     '[FOI #51 email]'
Subject:        Your request for access to documents of 25/01/2012 -
GESTDEM 2012/1982
 
Dear Andreas Pavlou,
 
Thank you for your e-mail dated 25/01/2012 registered on 18/04/2012 under
number 2012/1982. I hereby acknowledge receipt of your request for access
to documents.
 
In accordance with Regulation 1049/2001 regarding public access to
European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, you will receive a
response to your request within 15 working days.
 
Yours sincerely,
 
 
Y E R A N I G  M O U R A D I A N
EUROPEAN COMMISSION | DG Environment
Unit A.2 - Compliance promotion, governance & legal issues
Office BU-5 00/158
Avenue de Beaulieu 5
1160 BRUXELLES
Tel.: +32 (0)2 296 20 44
Fax: +32 (0)2 297 96 89
 
 
 

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on behalf of Ms Artemis Hatzi-Hull:
 
                Ares.env.c.2(2012)546309
 
 
Dear Mr. Pavlou,
 
Thank you for your e-mail of 25 January 2012 on public consultations
carried out by the Commission in September 2011. One of these
consultations concerned the sixth adaptation of Annex II of the End of
Life Vehicles Directive, for which I am the responsible desk officer
within the Commission.
 
The final report prepared can be found on our website:
[1]http://ec.europa.eu/environment/waste/el.... This report as
well as all documents related to the public consultation can be found on
the new [2]EU CIRCA website (Browse categories > European Commission >
Environment > ELV exemption 8(i) evaluation, at top left click on
"Library").  You can find the CIRCA link also at our consultant's website
[3]http://elv.exemptions.oeko.info/index.ph....
I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. We remain available for
any further queries you may have.
Kind regards,
 
Artemis Hatzi-Hull
 
 
 
 
European Commission
Directorate General for the Environment
Unit C2: Industry - Waste Management
Office: BU-9 5/103, Avenue de Beaulieu 9
            B-1160 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32.2.295-2578, Fax: +32.2.296-3980
E-mail: Artemis [email address]
 
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Dear Mr. Pavlou,
 
Please find below some additional information that we would like to
provide you on behalf of DG Environment - Multilateral Agreements Unit
concerning your request.
 
As regards the Nagoya Protocol:
 
- we received 42 responses
- no individual responses
- 42 responses received by governments, industries/associations of
industries, NGOs, Institutions or Indigenous and Local Communities
Organisations (ILCs)
- Responses have been received by 17 industrial associations, 9
research/academic institutions, 8 other professional organisations, 4
industries, 2 governmental institutions, 1 NGO and 1 ILC
- It is not possible to say how much time each of the respondents needed
to complete the questionnaire.
 
The responses to the public consultation organised by the Commission on
the Implementation and Ratification of the Nagoya Protocol on Access to
Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising
from their Utilization to the Convention on Biological Diversity (ABS
Protocol), during the last quarter of 2011, are now published in the
Commission's web site at the link below (under View the contributions)
 
[1]http://ec.europa.eu/environment/consulta....
 
 
Best regards,
 
DG ENV Access to documents
 
 
 
 
 
 

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