Issue 453/454 | 01 May 2017
Eva Kaili interview, Palm Oil review, Brexit's impact on EU-UK research cooperation, Migration, EU Arctic Policy, Immunisation Week, Fisheries Policy, Obesity, 5 questions with Neena Gill and more...
Let’s Work Together
Eva Kaili talks to Rajnish Singh about the importance of investing in science and research, why Brexit should exclude scientific cooperation, and why she doesn’t want online platforms to censor fake news
Michał Boni Interview, Estonian EU Council Presidency Preview, EU-Cuba trade, Towards a Digital Single Market, Antimicrobial Resistance, Fertilizers Regulation, Happiness and Wellbeing, New Skills...
Updating the fertilizers regulation must not be used as an excuse for a backdoor revision of the nitrates directive, warns Marc Tarabella.
Europe must break down barriers to the free movement of innovative fertilizers, writes Ildikó Gáll-Pelcz.
Let’s focus on the man, not the ball, argues Jacob Hansen.
The EU must do more to tackle the problem of particulate matter (PM), argues Jaume Loffredo.
EU policymakers need to chip in and do their part in tackling the illegal wildlife trade, argues Sonja Van Tichelen.