The PVC sector is hitting EU recycling targets and going even further, writes Brigitte Dero.
Cancer is the leading cause of work-related deaths in the EU, explains Christa Sedlatschek.
Tackling the growing brain disorders health threat is the 21st century’s space race, writes Monica Di Luca.
Europe is heading towards a new era of smart air mobility, explains Florian Guillermet.
Hearing loss is the silent burden of Europe’s ageing population, writes Ingeborg Hochmair.
Europe’s bioplastics industry needs a level playing field, writes Hasso von Pogrell.
Digital Europe isn’t coming, it’s already here, argues Ken Hu.
Europe must continue to guarantee the highest hardware resistance levels to cyberattacks, says Stéfane Mouille.
Do the EU’s rules on vaping products need an update, asks Yasuhiro Nakajima.
Electronic cigarettes are safer than smoking tobacco, writes Riccardo Polosa.
Towards IUU-free fisheries: Thailand is making significant progress in its fight against illegal fishing, argues Chatchai Sarikulya.
If Europe wants to promote the circular economy, then it needs to get serious about it, argues Jacob Hansen.
Every fire victim is one too many, writes Quentin de Hults.
Consumers want to know what’s in their drinks, explains Pierre-Olivier Bergeron.
Sustainable healthcare systems help ensure access to innovative therapies, writes Pascal Apostolides.
Arianespace is well suited to the needs of Europe’s institutions, writes Stéphane Israël.
Industry and academia need to work together to drive innovation, writes Tony Graziano.
Students understand the need for business-education partnerships, says Tony Graziano.
The new IVDR and MDR regulations need investment to succeed, warns Serge Bernasconi.
Europe’s future depends on open innovation, argues Martin Kern.