Issue 428| 22 February 2016
Newly-adopted laws on geo-blocking will increase cultural diversity in Europe, says Parliament's rapporteur Róża Thun.
MEPs are expected to back calls for a ban on unjustified geo-blocking, strengthening last year's European Commission proposal.
A new report says that electrification of sectors such as transport and heating/cooling will bring “tangible benefits” for Europe.
There is a weak correlation between animal consumption of antibiotics and human resistance, argues Rick Clayton.
EU policymakers need to chip in and do their part in tackling the illegal wildlife trade, argues Sonja Van Tichelen.
Europe's animal health industry is committed, innovative and resilient, explains IFAH's Roxane...