Dear DG ENV,
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:
All documentation, including but not limited to attendance lists, agendas, background papers, minutes/notes and email correspondence about or summarising, the following meetings:
1. Meeting with Danone on 05/02/2020
2. Meeting with BusinessEurope on 07/02/2020
3. Meeting with European Federation of National Associations of Water Services on 19/02/2020
4. Meeting with International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements EU Regional Group on 04/03/2020
5. Meeting with Fertilizers Europe on 28/04/2020
6. Meeting with FoodDrinkEurope on 05/05/2020
7. Meeting with WindEurope on 14/05/2020
8. Meeting with Eurelectric on 20/05/2020
9. Meeting with European farmers, European agri-cooperatives on 19/06/2020
10. Meeting with Association of National Organisations of Fishing Enterprises in the European Union on 22/07/2020
11. Meeting with Federation of Associations for Hunting & Conservation of the EU on 09/09/2020
12. Meeting with Microsoft Corporation on 10/09/2020
13. Meeting with Danone on 13/10/2020
14. Meeting with Deutscher Bauernverband on 09/02/2021
15. Meeting with Microsoft Corporation on 23/09/2021
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GESTDEM 2021/6087 - Acknowledgement of receipt - your access to
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