Issue 435 | 30 May 2016
Ian Duncan interview, Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) reform, EU Development Days preview, Sustainable Development Week, eHealth, Blood & Plasma policy, 5 Questions with Angelika Niebler and more…
Ian Duncan talks to Brian Johnson about the difficulties of building cross party consensus, skeleton reports and shadow meetings and why free allowances are set to be the ‘beating heart’ of the EU’s emissions trading scheme reforms.
Belgian deputy Philippe Lamberts says debates are just 'occasions to sing the praises of a country’s success' .
EU leaders have made an indirect plea to the UK over the possibility of reversing Brexit.
MEPs are set to approve an extension of EU export controls on cyber-surveillance tools.
How to tier and where to tier? These are the key ETS reform questions that need answers, says Jacob Hansen.
COP 21 climate deal: Only the best agreement in Paris will do, writes Hubert Mandery.
Going green is no longer a jump into the unknown, but a smart step towards a sustainable and profitable future for Europe's business, argues Martin Hurley