Minister of Environment Lucien Lux of Luxembourg

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Lux is a derived unit based on lumen, and lumen is a derived unit based on candela.
One lux is equal to one lumen per square metre, where 4π lumens is the total luminous flux of a light source of one candela of luminous intensity.
The difference between the lux and the lumen is that the lux takes into account the area over which the luminous flux is spread.
A source that is farther away casts less illumination than one that is close, so one lux is less illuminance than one footcandle.
Like all photometric units, the lux has a corresponding "radiometric" unit.
The lux is one lumen/meter2, and accordingly the corresponding radiometric unit, which has no special name, is the watt/meter2.
LUX is the principal centre for the promotion and distribution of experimental film and video works in the UK.
LUXEMBOURG—Human error in Luxembourg was to blame for a train crash last week on the French border that killed six people, transport minister Lucien Lux said on Sunday.
Lux was the chairman of the Bettembourg branch of the Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP) from 1986, and he became mayor of Bettembourg on 1 January 1988.
Lucien Lux is minister of environment and transport of Luxembourg and president of the E.
Lucien Lux said that he expects, in addition, new initiatives on the part of the Commission before completing the internal legislative framework in the civil aviation sector.
But Lux said that setting out their position now was a clear message of urgent intent.
Lucien Lux was born on 13 September 1956 in Troisvierges.
Lucien Lux was re-elected to Parliament in 1994, 1999 and 2004.
In 1997, Lucien Lux was confided the important mission of reporter of the Parliamentary Commission for Budget and Finances for the Government’s draft Budget for 1998.
Following the general election on 13 June 2004, Lucien Lux was appointed Minister for the Environment and Minister for Transport on 31 July 2004.
Luxembourg Minister of Transport and Environment Lucien Lux is meeting Greenpeace before the start of the Transport Council at the European conference centre, as an expression of the Luxembourg Presidency's desire to deal with the issue.
It’s tough to say, but it’s the fault of the CFL (rail company Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois),â€‌ Luxembourg Transport Minister Lucien Lux said after the rail company’s board meeting.
Lux said the findings of an inquiry into the accident were “inescapable.
As well, the Conference of Paris for world ecological governorship, in which Minister Lux is to take part, will be held on February 2 and 3.
On the Kyoto process, Lucien Lux came out against a downwards revision of the objectives and the excessive dilution of the standards, which would put the leadership of the EU on this subject at risk.