Issue no 10 of the 'Europe in Israel online' electronic newsletter was published end of December.
Among the stories covered: the launching the first two satellites of Galileo navigation system; a workshop on EU-Israel con Climate Change that took place in November 2011 in Haifa; the 5th annual EU –Israel seminar on the Fight against Racism, Xenophobia and Anti-Semitism held in Brussels; an item on 8 year old Sagi Kanfi who was one of the winners of the European Commission's drawing competition on gender equality and the story of Awatif Aljedaili, a refugee in Gaza, who managed to produce a documentary film with the help of the Greenhouse Project. This newsletter also includes an interview with Yvonne Groesch of the German Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications who is the Resident Twinning Adviser in the Israeli Ministry of Communications. Also highlighted are the EU supported "Green Cities" initiative that helps to develop the capacity of local administrators to prevent or reduce waste and to recycle it, and the ELAICH project which aims to raise awareness among young people of the importance of cultural heritage in the Mediterranean. Finally there two stories on FP7 projects: one that uses paper mill waste to produce ecologically friendly, industrial foams and another on the first results of the BEMOSA project on behaviour modelling for security in airports.