having attended the 3rd Joint Session of the Working Group on Effects (WGE) and the Steering Body to EMEP from 11-15 September 2017 at Geneva, I want to point to the fact that all basic documents for that meeting are available at the UNECE website. Of relevance for the ICP Forests community is especially the "2017 joint progress report on policy-relevant scientific findings" (ECE///2017/3-ECE///3) and the "Progress report by the Programme Coordinating Centre of the International Cooperative Programme on Assessment and Monitoring of Air Pollution Effects on Forests" (ECE///2017/11-ECE///2017/4). These and all other documents can be found under:
“You never want to lose a top professional like Gareth but I could understand his position,” he said. “He knew he would not be appearing every week and he is still the type of player who wants to keep playing. I let him go because I respect him, but I still had to ask myself whether we had enough midfield cover. I think we probably have, with Morgan Schneiderlin, Tom Davies and Muhamed Besic, maybe even Davy Klaassen if necessary, but of course I don’t know how the season will go so I don’t have that answer now. Maybe I will get a headache one day wondering why I let Gareth go.”
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