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Ahead of World water day 2015, Jack Moss argues that the EU's strong track record on water management is key to achieving even better results.
It's time for Europe to reclaim its leading role as a digital innovator, writes Anne Bouverot.
It's time to dispel the myth of so-called 'benefits tourism', argues Assya Kavrakova.
Montenegro's contempt for the rule of law could well see its EU membership hopes dashed, warns Matthias Menke.
EU policymakers need to chip in and do their part in tackling the illegal wildlife trade, argues Sonja Van Tichelen.
If we design 'with privacy in mind' we can embrace the internet of things as a step...
EU policymakers need to support families in reconciling work, family and care responsibilities, argues Agnes Uhereczky...
Poverty is Sexist, but it doesn’t have to be, argues Tamira Gunzburg.
The risk of potentially damaging consequences to Europe's health research if EU policymakers don't get Europe's data protection rules right is clear, argues John Crown.
New plan should result in a more coherent approach to Europe's energy sector, argues Frederik Dahlmann.
Recent announcements on energy are welcome but the 'devil is in the detail', says Sandrine Dixson-Declève.
Policymakers must make sure they don’t overregulate the home appliances industry, argues Paolo Falcioni.
Now is not the time to jeopardise the benefits of biofuel production, says Pekka Pesonen.
Developing a diverse mix of transport fuels is key to achieving a 'cleaner, more efficient and climate-friendly' European transport sector, argues Samuel Maubanc.
Bioethanol can help fuel a more sustainable European economy but needs dedicated support, argues Robert Wright.
ADPKD treatment could set the standard for tackling complex genetic conditions, argue Tess...
There is a weak correlation between animal consumption of antibiotics and human resistance, argues Rick Clayton.
It's make or break time for the sustainable European production of advanced biofuels, warns Chris Malins.
A new system of European reference networks would improve cancer patient treatment, argues Paolo G. ...
Poorly educated are struggling to sustain healthy lifestyles, argues Jean-Michel Borys.