Which of the EU’s environmental protection rules is the least restrictive?

A study conducted by the University of Bergen in Norway found that only a small number of EU environmental protection standards were rated as being of the “most stringent” level.

The report found that the EU countries with the most stringent environmental protection requirements are Iceland, Norway and Estonia.

The researchers found that Denmark, which is the EU member with the least stringent environmental protections, has the lowest average number of environmental protection violations per capita per year, at 1.5 violations per 100,000 people.

The most stringent EU environmental regulations, which require stringent inspections of public buildings, require an inspection per 100 people.

Norway, Estonia and Iceland are the only countries with a lower average environmental protection violation per capita, at 5.3 violations per million people.

Estonia and Norway also have the lowest rates of deaths due to occupational disease and accidents, at 2.2 and 1.6 deaths per million population respectively.

The study found that Estonia has the highest rates of environmental regulation violations per person, at 20.6 violations per 1,000 population, while the country with the lowest environmental regulations per capita is Estonia with 7.7.

Estonia’s Environment Minister, Øystein Johansson, was quoted as saying that the data show that “Estonia has the most regulations and the lowest enforcement.”

“This is a fact that can be verified by other countries, because Estonia’s regulations are very strict,” he added.

“If we compare Estonia to the United Kingdom, we are very liberal, we have the least regulations, but we are a very strict country.”

The study also found that there were no differences in the number of people who died due to respiratory disease in Estonia compared to the UK.

Estonia had the highest rate of people dying due to heart disease, at 15.1 deaths per 1 million population.

The highest rate is reported in Finland, at 14.5 deaths per 100 000 population.

Finland had the lowest rate of deaths from respiratory disease, with the country having a rate of 0.3 deaths per person per day.

Estonia has a low rate of respiratory disease deaths, at 0.9 deaths per 10,000 residents.

Estonia also has a lower rate of obesity and a lower obesity rate than the United States, at 7.6 per 1 000 residents, compared to 14.3 in the United State.

The U.S. has the largest number of obese people, at 6.6.

The countries with most obesity deaths are Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

Finland also has the second highest obesity rate in Europe, at 16.2 deaths per capita.

Estonia, Sweden and Denmark have the third highest rates, with Estonia having the highest obesity rates at 27.4 deaths per 1000 people, and Sweden having the second-highest at 21.5.

Estonia ranks at the top of the list of the 10 most obese countries, according to the World Health Organization.

The country’s rate of death from respiratory diseases is highest in Estonia, at 10.5 per 100 thousand people, compared with Denmark and the United Arab Emirates.

Estonia was ranked last in the world in the prevalence of obesity in 2013, according the World Bank.

The United States ranked 10th in the same year.

The US has the third-highest rate of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease deaths in the EU at 574,872 deaths per year.

Estonia comes in the top spot for deaths due a heart attack and stroke.

Estonia ranked third in the country for the highest incidence of death due a cardiac arrest at 12,971 per 1 100 000 people, which was the fourth-highest incidence in Europe.

Estonia is ranked eighth for the most cases of cancer.

The rate of cancer deaths in Estonia is higher than the rate of other EU countries, with an incidence of 6.3 per 100 person per year compared with 4.5 in Denmark, and 2.9 in Norway.