Europe's GMO rules are dysfunctional, says Garlich Von Essen.
The veterinary medicines sector is unfairly expected to follow the same procedures as the human sector, argues IFAH-Europe's Roxane Feller.
The Born Free Foundation's Will Travers argues that EU policymakers must move quickly to stem the tide of the growing global trade in wildlife trafficking.
EU policymakers should support measures to enhance cooperation between public and private employment services argues Eurociett's Denis Pennel.
Europe's animal health industry is committed, innovative and resilient, explains IFAH's Roxane...
Heinz Becker explains why he's backing plans to make Parkinson’s disease a priority health challenge for EU policymakers.
Europe's independent energy ombudsmen have a key role to play in fostering the relationship between the energy sector and its customers, explains Marine Cornelis.
Europe must play a leading role in the global effort to protect crop diversity, argues Marie Haga.
EU policymakers will need to 'fill the glass' and build on the commission's initial energy union proposals, argues Chris Beddoes.
Better data protection rules needed to support personalised health technology, says Tim Lobstein...
Data protection and medical innovation must go hand in hand, says Nicole Denjoy....
Latvia's EU council presidency focus on eliminatingTB could not come at a better time, says Giovanni Battista Migliori.
Europe's water and sewerage services are in danger of being 'taken for granted' by policymakers, warns Carl-Emil Larsen.
Live animals export trade is marring the EU's reputation as a leader in animal protection, says Olga Kikou.
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...