The EU and its member states have been urged to do more to stem the "very worrying" rise of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
The European Commission has ordered Google to pay a €2.4bn fine for breaching antitrust rules.
Outdoor workers are at least twice as likely to contract skin cancer from exposure to the sun than indoor workers. Brian Johnson finds out why
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?
We should deploy all available tools to improve our building stock, writes Bendt Bendtsen.
For the common position to work, member states must apply the criteria fully and coherently, writes Bodil Valero.
No one knows what a post-Brexit UK agricultural policy will look like, explains James Nicholson.
Parliament has given its stamp of approval to legislation aimed at combating money laundering, which will also help fight tax evasion.
The EU's security environment has undergone dramatic changes in recent years and is as unstable as ever, and the CSDP must be updated to reflect this, say MEPs.
MEPs have voted through a resolution calling on the member states to meet their official development assistance (ODA) targets and set a timetable for reaching them by 2020.
Violeta Bulc: The current challenges that the transport sector faces present opportunities for women
European transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc on the new EU mobility package, gender equality in transport, and her own experience as one of Europe's few female entrepreneurs.
Seb Dance on why he called Nigel Farage a liar, why he believes Brexit could end up as a race to the bottom and why sustainability actually matters.
Julia Gillard on why ensuring quality education for all children is in everyone's interest and sexism in politics.
Watch all the victorious European parliamentarians accepting their MEP awards at this year's ceremony.
MEP Awards 2015 host Viviane Reding speaks to the Parliament Magazine after the ceremony.
The 2014 MEP Awards winners send a message to the potential shortlistees of 2015.
On June 12, the European Commission organised an event entitled Finance for Innovation: Towards the ETS Fund.
On May 3, the TRAN Committee discussed a first draft on the cross-border parcel delivery services by rapporteur Lucy Anderson (S&D, UK).
On April 11, the LIBE Committee held a hearing on the Commission’s proposal for an ePrivacy regulation.
Innovation and investment can help accelerate Europe's digital transformation, writes Ken Hu.
Europe's long-term sustainable energy future is not a given, argues Eirik Wærness.
Medical technologies can keep people healthy and ensure greater efficiency, writes Serge Bernasconi.
A truly circular economy should be resource-efficient, argue Tytti Peltonen and Nella Baerents.
Renewable gas can be a strong force in Europe's energy transition, writes Beate Raabe.
Guarantees of origin give control and choice to electricity consumers, writes Dirk Van Evercooren.
Smart appliances will bring huge benefits to European consumers, writes Paolo Falcioni.
MEPs should stand up for EU manufacturers by adding legal certainty to the EU’s new anti-dumping methodology, writes Inès Van Lierde.
In today’s highly diversified and segmented labour market, how can we ensure that access to social protection is balanced across all types of worker, asks Denis Pennel.