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.
If Europe is serious about saving elephants, then it must end its own trade in ivory, argues Vera Weber.
Fourth Railway Package: more competition requires more social protection, says transport workers union
The European Parliament should reject the Fourth Railway Package's flawed and confusing trialogue compromise, argues Sabine Trier
European Commission's plans are a step in the right direction says Eurociett's Michael Freytag.
The European Commission's Pillar of Social Rights initiative must include proposals to counter the negative impact EU economic governance rules, says Eduardo Chagas.
EU and national policymakers need to place more emphasis on the use of alternative fuels, argues Cécile Nourigat.
MEPs have the chance to support innovation and evidence-based authorisation procedures when they meet next week in Strasbourg, says Pedro Narro Sanchez.
Ensuring compensation for indirect costs will be pivotal in making ETS work for power-intensive industries, argues Gerd Götz.
A primary condition for quality European shipping is the prevention of unfair competition, argues Philippe Alfonso.
The circular economy needs to tackle both technical and carbon loops. Bio-based plastics can provide the means, argues Henri Colens.
One in three fish species served in restaurants in Brussels are not what they seem, reveals Lasse Gustavsson.