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Carbon capture and storage will allow EU to meet climate goals, preserve jobs, sustain competitiveness and energy security, says Graeme...
EU needs support of the business community in creating unified vision to move the economy 'forward', says Robert Gogel.
Mariann Skar urges incoming EU leadership to include alcoholic drinks in food labelling standards.
If plans go ahead, pensions must be 'exempt from application' of financial transaction tax, argues Matti Leppälä.
The EU must 'take right decisions' to support the 'success story' of plant breeding innovation, argues Garlich Von Essen.
As presidency candidates call for 'new start', very few concrete plans are being put forward on 'Europe's youth', says Patrik Kovács.
Europe’s technology sector is actively engaged with national governments in tackling the EU’s growing eSkills gap, writes John Higgins.
Prevention, through the use of insecticidal nets and indoor residual spraying, is one of the best ways to win the battle against malaria, writes Egon Weinmueller.
The revision of state aid guidelines sees commission favour 'maintaining' system that 'ignores progressive shift' toward decentralisation and renewables, argues Alexandre Roesch....
The EU must unleash the ‘full potential’ of Europe’s green technology entrepreneurs, by doing more to help turn their ideas into successful businesses, argues Elena Bou.
As the clinical trials regulation reaches implementation, Katrin Fjeldsted highlights the importance of both 'informed consent' and 'medical ethics'.
Max Bank explains why MEPs must fight against 'excessive lobbying influence' of banks and business.
European companies have been allowed to turn a blind eye to abuses in their supply chains for far too long, argues Jerome Chaplier.
PM+: Commission’s limited liability proposal is ‘open invitation’ to help companies avoid tax and labour rules
New EU draft directive an 'attack on workers’ rights', argues Claudia Menne.
But threats to clinical trial data transparency remain on the horizon, warns Ancel•la Santos Quintano.
Graeme Sweeney says carbon capture and storage (CCS) is the only technological option which can cost-efficiently manage the transition to a low-carbon future.