The fertilizer industry has called for tiering, or targeting, to be incorporated into the reform of Europe's struggling emission's trading scheme.
Europe should grasp the chance to once again take the lead in mobile technology, writes Lambert van Nistelrooij.
Capability to foster innovation and create market opportunities will be 5Gs winning factor, argue Willem Jonker and Roberto Sarocco.
The Commission is set to recommend visa-free travel for Turkey, which could take effect from July.
Kazakhstan could be used as a model for Europe in integrating people from different ethnic backgrounds and religions, a Brussels conference was told.
MEPs attending a hearing also blasted EU competition chief Margrethe Vestager for failing to appear at LuxLeaks whistle-blower's trial.
Get to know the French MEP in 5 questions.
Gender stereotypes are affecting work-life balance, warns Monika Vana.
Member states are best placed to decide the energy efficiency measures that best fit their national circumstances and needs, argues Markus Pieper.
Viviane Reding talks data protection, transitioning from Commissioner to MEP and why economics trumps feminism.
Nord Stream 2 is the embodiment of hybrid warfare and would put Energy Union at risk, argues Petras Auštrevičius.
2016 will be the year of delivery for Energy Union, writes Maroš Šefcovic.
The Commission is set to revise the energy efficiency directive later this year. How are MEPs looking to influence this key update?
Energy cooperation must be at the heart of the EU, just as it was when the Union was created more than 60 years ago, argues Theresa Griffin.
Europe needs a new approach to energy security that allows it to remain resilient in the face of supply disruptions, writes Jerzy Buzek.
5G will form the backbone of the digital society, writes Tony Graziano.
The EU-US privacy shield is a step in the right direction, but is still likely to face considerable opposition from citizens and the ECJ, writes Spiro Dhapi.
With three quarters of Europe's population living in urban areas, the problem of youth unemployment is concentrated in cities, but that may also be where the solution lies, writes Anna Lisa Boni.
Which strawberries have the higher carbon footprint, those grown in the blazing suns of Africa and jetted into Europe, or those grown in bleak midwinter albeit under glass and heated by local energy? The answer might surprise you, writes Ian Duncan.
As India enjoys continued growth and moves to modernise its infrastructure, it's time the EU relaunched trade negotiations with the country, writes Madi Sharma.
A new report warns that it could take Britain years to strike bilateral trade deals in the event of a Brexit in the 23 June referendum.
World leaders have warned against a Brexit.
Nigel Farage has called on Leave campaigners to focus on immigration issue rather than economics and trade.
US President Barack Obama has been accused of "unbelievable arrogance" after he made an emotional plea to British voters - as a "friend and ally" - to "stick together" with the rest of the EU.
Major Vote Watch Europe report studies possible effects of Brexit.
Latest polls suggest 'Remain' camp ahead, at 52 per cent.
MEPs defend controversial plans to recruit staff drivers on the grounds of heightened security concerns following Paris and Brussels attacks.
UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn slammed for support for EU membership, despite previous Euroscepticism.
One in three fish species served in restaurants in Brussels are not what they seem, reveals Lasse Gustavsson.
Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Đukanović’s western charm offensive is crumbling at his feet, argues Andrey Petrushinin.
Understanding the connections between air pollution and climate change could help deliver win-win climate mitigation options, argues Erika von Schneidemesser.
To achieve a real circular economy, the EU must take measures to ensure that materials embedded in products are properly recovered and recycled, writes Annick Carpentier.
The EU is on the right track to attain its decarbonisation goals, but must do more to cut its road transport sector emissions, argues Samuel Maubanc.
Armenia's abrupt political U-turn, clearly imposed by Moscow, has interrupted a number of promising legislative processes in the field of human rights.
Look again at your home appliances as they can help tackle climate change and green the economy says Paolo Falcioni.
Better enforcement of existing provisions, access to information and cooperation between member states are key to ensuring the fair mobility of workers, argues Denis Pennel.
The ongoing public consultation on a mandatory transparency register was considered during a public debate on Monday at the European Parliament in Brussels.
On Tuesday, senior political and civil society representatives debated the Joint Declaration on Animal Welfare initiated by several Agricultural Ministers in December 2014.
On Monday evening, the Agriculture & Rural Development Commissioner addressed the AGRI Committee on the current situation on the agricultural markets.
On Friday, European Council President Donald Tusk said that he sees an emerging consensus in Europe that can help tackle the crisis.
On March 2nd, the European Commission held a conference on the Green Paper on Retail Financial Services.
Together with the Netherlands Presidency, it debated the implementation of the BEPS package, reform of the Code of Conduct group, country-by-country reporting and patent box systems.
On Thursday, the European Parliament's plenary discussed an agreement with Philip Morris to combat tobacco smuggling
On February 24, the European Parliament Plenary discussed the first reading agreement reached with the Council on the updated EURES Regulation.