Ex Commissioner Potočnik Staying in Brussels to Promote Sustainable Development

29 Oct 2014 / By STA, T. M.

Slovenia's former European Commissioner Janez Potočnik, who served in the two Barroso Commissions as the commissioner for science and research (2004-2010) and environment (2010-2014), told the STA in an interview that...

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