The European forest fibre and paper industry is a catalyst for Europe’s circular bioeconomy, explains Sylvain Lhôte.
As ways of working evolve, we need to continually adapt legislation and social protection schemes to accommodate them, explains Michael Freytag.
People living with atopic eczema need effective solutions for disease management and treatment, explains Carla Jones.
The release of pharmaceuticals into the environment has significant detrimental effects on human health, write Sirpa Kärenlampi and Angelica Lindsey-Clark.
Bahrain’s Supreme Council for Women has laid the foundations for a better society, explains Hala Al Ansari.
Sigrid Ligné explains how the European soft drinks industry generates revenue for economies across the EU.
Romania must take bold action to tackle the legacy of corruption before assuming EU Council presidency
The EU needs to enforces its judicial precepts in a country repeatedly listed as one of Europe’s most corrupt states, argues Willy Fautre.
Manufacturers should be allowed to display compliance information electronically instead of printing the label on products, argues Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl
Bahrain is at the forefront of adopting FinTech, writes Hadyah M. Fathalla.
Funding programmes in minority languages would increase representation of those who have never had an equal voice, writes Leonardo González Dellán.
SIOP Europe continues to address the urgent needs of children and adolescents with cancer, explains Martin Schrappe.
Morocco’s willingness to tackle gender equality is setting an example for the EU’s southern neighbourhood, writes Jeanne Laperrouze.
There is an urgent need to change the way we produce, consume and dispose of our waste, writes Antonino Furfari.
Ericsson’s commitment to 5G for Europe is unique, robust and fully engaged, explains Ulf Pehrsson
LPG can help Lead Europe’s clean energy transition, writes Antonio Neves Costa
EU policymakers should know that heated tobacco products are addictive and carcinogenic, argues Professor Charlotta Pisinger
The EU has a duty to protect refugees from exploitation, while preserving the values upon Europe’s democratic societies are built, argues Tommaso Virgili.
Ahead of this week's RED II negotiations, Géraldine Kutas explains where policymakers are getting it wrong on biofuels - and how they can fix their mistakes before it's too late.
It’s time to scratch the surface, and recognise that advanced plant breeding methods, including GM crops, can really make a positive impact, writes Julian Little.
Is Europe willing to make animals the scapegoat through a disproportionate focus on their role in AMR?
Unlike human medicines veterinary medicines undergo a thorough environmental risk assessment, explains AnimalhealthEurope Secretary General, Roxane Feller.