Smart appliances will bring huge benefits to European consumers, writes Paolo Falcioni.
MEPs should stand up for EU manufacturers by adding legal certainty to the EU’s new anti-dumping methodology, writes Inès Van Lierde.
In today’s highly diversified and segmented labour market, how can we ensure that access to social protection is balanced across all types of worker, asks Denis Pennel.
Children with cancer deserve the best possible healthcare, wherever it may be found, writes Ruth Ladenstein.
Europe needs more ambitious research funding, or risks losing precious knowledge, writes Rolf Tarrach.
Paloma Pérez Sánchez and Pierre Jaouen on why they believe a cadmium limit of 80 mg strikes the right balance between health and environmental risk, and the EU's agricultural, geopolitical, and...
Raising awareness and ensuring transparency are key factors in determining successful energy-efficient urban regeneration, says Paweł Nowakowski.
The soft drinks industry has undertaken a number of efforts to reduce added sugars by 10 per cent by 2020, explains Sigrid Ligné.
The spirits industry want to improve the way consumers access meaningful and fair information about what they drink, says Paul Skehan
Rolf Tarrach outlines what the future of Europe could look like from the Universities perspective.
FosterREG not only provided a professional forum for discussion and debate, but also prepared valuable reports on how to foster public capacity to employ sustainable urban renovations. It is a...
Urban regeneration is not an easy task, but when sustainable energy is involved, it becomes more complicated. FosterREG shows how to overcome difficulties, says Paweł Nowakowski.
Policymakers must prioritise direct and indirect costs equally in final ETS negotiations, write Guy Thiran, Gerd Götz, Bernard Respaut, Frank Van Assche, Veronique Steukers & Inès Van Lierde...
Continuing to deny the benefits of GM crops is unfair and counterproductive, argues Pedro Narro Sanchez.
New EU measures a first attempt to finally respond to the needs of families, says European families network chief.
How can lightweight materials such as aluminium help the EU meet its CO2 emissions reduction targets?
EU legislation needs to recognise the advantages lightweight materials can offer in reducing CO2 emissions from vehicles, write Patrik Ragnarsson and Dieter Höll.
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.