Following the European Parliament’s vote on visa-free travel for Ukrainian citizens, there is renewed hope for Ukraine’s European future, writes Eli Hadzhieva.
As the world looks to Europe to lead on evidence-based decision-making, we must not let politics trump science, warns Nathalie Moll.
To reach a true circular economy, MEPs should make it their top priority to set a single method for measuring ‘real’ recycling rates, write Axel Eggert, Sylvain Lhôte and Guy Thiran.
We shouldn’t forget the importance of empowering educators in the fight against radicalisation, argue Alexandra Korn and Alexander Ritzmann.
The great advantage of Life Cycle Analysis is its ability to discover areas of weakness and improve upon them, explains Henri Colens.
Europe’s home appliance industry is delivering to Europe’s consumers, explains Paolo Falcioni.
There are different reasons why people believe in extremist ideologies or join extremist groups, explains Alexander Ritzmann.
Online terror content could be dramatically reduced with the adoption by social media companies of simple, digital signature technology, argues Ivor Roberts.
The reformed ETS system must acknowledge the inability of non-ferrous metals, ferro alloys and silicon producers to pass-on regionally imposed carbon costs, write Guy Thiran, John Schoenenberg,...
New-build and ageing soviet-era nuclear plants on EU's eastern borders pose a serious threat to Europe's security, warns Eli Hadzhieva.
The case of Alexander Adamescu underlines why the European arrest warrant needs urgent reform, argues Mitchell Belfer.
PPI promotes new technologies, services and methods, and popularises them on the market, says Paweł Nowakowski.
The EU must do more to tackle the problem of particulate matter (PM), argues Jaume Loffredo.
European governments must share their experience and create a common agenda against radicalisation, argues Valentina Colombo.
The employment industry is a labour market enabler at the forefront of the changing world of work, writes Denis Pennel.
Ignoring scientific consensus and expelling an entire technology is a high price to pay for political convenience, argues Beat Späth.
The PAPIRUS project offers a free and practical eLearning course for public authorities, explains Paweł Nowakowski.
The PAPIRUS project tested Public Procurement of Innovation in the field of energy efficiency of buildings and developed educational tools on proper implementation of PPI, explains Paweł...
MEPs have a golden opportunity to fix ETS indirect carbon costs compensation, but achieving their ambition will require that they go the extra mile, write Guy Thiran and Gerd Götz.
The move towards a true resource efficient and circular economy is an invitation to think differently about the way we produce, consume and use, argues Maarten Labberton.