As he gears up to lead the European Parliament’s COP 21 delegation, Giovanni La Via explains why it’s crucial for the Paris conference to result in a legally binding agreement.
The CMU is an opportunity for Europe, but it should not come at the expense of regulating traditional finance, writes Paul Tang.
As we mark world Aids day, can the EU invest better to fight HIV/Aids, ask Linda McAvan and Theresa Griffin.
New data legislation demands a delicate balance between the needs of the many and the needs of the one, says Colin Mackay.
Going into the Paris talks, we must all remember that climate finance is crucial to any deal reached, writes Gilles Pargneaux.
€3bn aid package mustn't come at the expense of ignoring human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Worldwide contributions need to go further if we are to succeed in the fight against climate change, writes Jos Delbeke.
Keep track of developments in the European institutions and public affairs with our movers and shakers column.
Belgian Prime Minister reduces terror threat from "serious and imminent" to "possible and likely".
Robotics can offer tremendous opportunities, but it also poses many unanswered questions.
The importance of funding in the development of the Internet of things(IoT) was front and centre during a conference in Brussels on Thursday
With more than 50 standards organisations attempting to oversee ever faster technological advancements, the issue of improving IoT standards unsurprisingly generated fierce debate when it came up at a conference in Brussels on Thursday
Societal Impact of IoT potentially 'transformational' conference told
Commission to consult with industry on possible next steps
But EU must ensure its privacy rules don’t hamper technological innovation.
Yes, the fugitive Salah Abdeslam and other Paris attackers were Belgian, but to me, that doesn't justify Le Monde calling the country a "clearing house for jihadism" that risked becoming a fractious "nation without a state", writes Brian Johnson.
A global reduction in meat consumption could bring a quarter of the emissions reductions needed to meet the two degree target at which dangerous climate change can be avoided, writes Laura Wellesley.
A reaction to events in Paris was inevitable. However, argues Craig Murray, are the actions being used to create an impression of an effective response?
To achieve European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker's ambitious pledge to make Europe’s energy union "the world number one in renewable energies", the EU must gain citizens' trust, write Gert-Jan van der Panne and Olav Øye.
The UK Prime Minister's Eurosceptic posturing on EU membership has been bad enough, but his latest demands, if followed through, could lead to a British rupture with Europe, warns Andrew Duff.
CBI chief says business will back "a reformed Europe".
MEP confident that EU-UK renegotiations can be successfully concluded.
Jonathan Hill interview, Antimicrobial Resistance, EU Robotics Week, DG Connect's Roberto Viola on the Internet of Things, 5Qs with Guy Verhofstadt, ending bullfighting subsidies and more...
UK's demands won't be allowed to interfere with integrationist plans of other EU member states, warns EU parliament's biggest group.
David Cameron outlines in detail his plans for the renegotiation.
If Europe wants to avoid becoming China's dumping ground, then it must postpone granting China market economy status, argue Milan Nitzschke and Laurent Ruessmann.
The European citizens' initiative is at risk of being undermined by several amendments, argues Gerald Häfner.
Fundamental and accelerating changes in the Arctic are bringing new challenges and opportunities, writes Jardar Jensen.
Who is controlling the counter-narratives to extremism? This is the question that many EU policymakers want answered, argues Tehmina Kazi.
EU leaders need to implement a more comprehensive disability approach within the EU legislative framework, argues Luk Zelderloo.
The AFET committee heard German Minister for Foreign Affairs Frank-Walter Steinmeier talk on the fight against terrorism in light of the recent Paris attacks, Germany's "open border" policy and the situation in Syria and Ukraine.
The 2015 launch of the Energy Infrastructure Forum took place on 9 and 10 November in the Copenhagen, Denmark. Please find further details below.
Yesterday, European Commission's First Vice-President Frans Timmermans presented to EP Plenary the Commission’s work programme for 2016 entitled "No time for business as usual". Please find more details below.
This week, in committee and plenary, the European Parliament discussed what the "Safe Harbour" ruling means for future data protection rules.
On Tuesday, the LIBE Committee held an exchange of views with the Committee of European Affairs of the French National Assembly on migration and asylum.