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.
EU must address shortages of essential anti-cancer medicines, argues Josep Tabernero.
The EU is sleep walking into a security, geopolitical and trade crisis, warns Tomasz Włostowski.
Let’s focus on the man, not the ball, argues Jacob Hansen.
Meeting consumer demands is a must, says Pierre-Olivier Bergeron.
We shouldn't take plant health issues for granted, warns Baldissera Giovani.
There's a conflict of interest at the heart of post-authorisation vaccine evaluation research, argues Jim McMenamin.
Innovation and R&D are the keys to a healthier future, explains Nathalie Moll.
Europe can compete at the highest levels of the bioeconomy, says Philippe Mengal.
The EU must realise the circular economy package's full potential, argues Alexis Van Maercke.
The EU doesn't need a 'one-size-fits-all' energy approach, explains Gert De Block.
The world needs low cost and lower emissions energy producers, writes Bjørn Otto Sverdrup.
Renewables can bring SMEs and the public closer to the EU, writes Nigel Cotton.
Decarbonisation requires a shared responsibility between business and governments, argues Ignacio S. Galán.
EU policymakers must avoid leading Europe into an age of data prohibition, warns Townsend Feehan.