Knock-on effects of energy efficiency plans could mislead consumers, warns Beate Raabe.
New findings highlight the benefits to be gained from good safety and health at work, writes Christa Sedlatschek.
Research breakthroughs happen more easily when knowledge, data and resources are shared, explains Pierre Meulien.
The All.Can initiative puts patients at the heart of cancer policy, writes Suzanne Wait.
Eduardo Bravo discusses the importance of pharmaceutical incentives to SMEs.
Nord Stream 2 will contribute to Europe’s energy supply, writes Sebastian Sass.
'Simplicity' should be the watchword for reviewing the clean energy package, writes Peter Styles.
Thought Leader: Association of Issuing Bodies | Guarantees of origin are a key component of Europe's energy transition, writes Dirk Van Evercooren.
Innovation and investment can help accelerate Europe's digital transformation, writes Ken Hu.
The devil, as always, is in the detail of the new fertilising regulation, argues Jacob Hansen.
The NEPSI Agreement continues to improve workers' health protection, write Sylvain Lefebvre and Michelle Wyard-Remy.
The fight to systematically improve indoor air quality through better ventilation is still its infancy, argues Joan Miró Ramos.
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.
Renewables are crucial to reducing CO2 emissions, writes Gert De Block.
Europe has all the ingredients for a smooth transition towards the connected age – now it needs to get the mixture right, argues Tony Graziano.
Health is at the heart of Utrecht's urban development strategy, writes Victor Everhardt.