Lifting the smokescreen
The report “Lifting the smokescreen – 10 reasons to go smoke free” shows that more than 79,000 adults die each year as a result of passive smoking in the 25 countries of the European Union.
The report also provides the evidence that measures to prevent passive smoking are feasible and popular.
Click here for further information on the report and its launch.
The Executive Summary of the report is now available in Bulgarian, Czech, German, Greek, English, Spanish, Estonian, French, Italian,
Lithuanian, Latvian, Polish, Portuguese and Romanian.
The 10 reasons to go smoke free are also available in the same languages: Bulgarian, Czech, German, Greek, English, Spanish, Estonian,
French, Italian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Polish, Portuguese and Romanian.
Limassol recommendations to become a smoke free society
Key recommendations that are mainly based on research findings and the experience of successful countries like Ireland, Norway and Italy.
Tobacco or Health in the European Union
This report represents the first attempt to draw together an analysis of tobacco-control policy in the European Union, including:
- health and economic cost of smoking and tobacco to European society
- effectiveness of previous tobacco policies
- analysis of the extent to which the tobacco industry has influenced political decisions
Smoke Free Europe makes economic sense
This report compares the economics of smoke-free policies, as well as the economic impact of smoking bans in bars and restaurants in different countries.