With pollution set to become the world's leading cause of mortality, green transport could be the key to saving our planet, writes Karima Delli.
Upcoming EU-China summit will take stock of past achievements and map out future relationship, says Ambassador Yang Yanyi.
The EU-China relationship must focus on mutually supportive climate policies, says Jo Leinen.
MEPs have accused Tsipras' government of being 'irresponsible', while also calling the Eurogroup 'cold hearted ideologues'.
Pope Francis's new encyclical on climate change comes at a critical moment in the fight against climate change, argues Giovanni La Via.
The longest standing EU-China cooperation programme is the training of interpreters, demonstrating both sides' commitment to good communication and partnership, writes Kristalina Georgieva.
People to people dialogue is key to deepening mutual understanding and friendship, and is also important for EU-China economic and trade relations, writes Tibor Navracsics.
Karmenu Vella says 2015 will be a major year for Europe, China and the world.
Despite Improvements Europe's biodiversity still faces multiple challenges, warns Hans Bruyninckx.
A strong, cohesive European position is crucial ahead of key global development talks, says Linda McAvan.
Europe's 2020 goal of reversing biodiversity loss is 'pure fiction', but there is still time to save what's left, writes Pavel Poc.
Thanks to EU legislation, Europe has managed to limit wildlife loss, but much more needs to be done to reach the 2020 targets, says Karmenu Vella.
It's only natural that Europe should lead in 5g technologies, says Huawei's rotating CEO Guo Ping.
Member states must step up their efforts to fight against racist crimes, as they are on the up and are still not reported adequately, writes Sarah Isal.
EU must stop 'living in the shadow of the present' and look to the future, argue Eva Kaili and Victor Negrescu.
As two US students have been accused of using their student grants to travel to the Middle East to join Isis, policymakers must stop the same from happening in the EU, warns Mariela Baeva.
Jonathan Faull to report directly to commission president on UK reform strategy
Britain, with its strong economic reform agenda and international outlook, is crucial to shaping Europe's future competitiveness, argues Alessia Mosca
Pivotal moment to position single market as the foundation of future EU-UK relationship, argues leading think tank.
Batting for Britain: Former Warwickshire county cricketer Dan Dalton says EU must move with the times.
Liquefied petroleum gas can reach isolated rural communities and benefit millions of people, writes Samuel Maubanc.
All the evidence shows that efficient labour markets actually drive economic growth, says Eurociett's Denis Pennel
Ahead of their annual conference, IFAH-Europe's Roxane Feller explains why a better EU veterinary medicines regulatory framework is needed.
Recent eastern partnership summit tainted by ambiguity over EU's Caspian partner, argues Azerbaijani parliament member Azay Guliyev.
EU Ministers raise concerns over governance structure for new European Fund for Structural Investments (EFSI).
MEPs have accused member states of failing to implement the 2011 directive on combating the sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children and child pornography.
Last week, the EP BUDG Committee met to discuss the first assessment report from the High Level Group on Own Resources.
Yesterday, in plenary, MEPs discussed (and condemned) the ongoing paralysis of the ILO’s internal supervision system of labour standards in the EU and elsewhere.