Thought Leaders

Sustainable Development can only succeed if we work together, says Huawei’s Tony Graziano

27 December 2016

Paris agreement and the UN’s sustainable development goals are a testimony to the difference we can make when we join forces across geographical, sectoral and policy dividing lines argues Huawei...

Innovation-powered Europe brings jobs and growth

4 November 2016

An innovation-powered Europe brings jobs, growth and improved quality of life, writes Martin Kern.

Sustainable renewable fuels key to meeting EU's 2030 energy and climate objectives

24 October 2016

Sustainable renewable fuels are key to meeting the EU's ambitious 2030 energy and climate objectives, writes Malcolm McDowell.

Will revising the EU ETS encourage low carbon investment?

12 October 2016

Axel Eggert wonders whether the revision of the EU ETS will foster low carbon investment.

The global psoriasis community is at a historic crossroads

26 September 2016

The EU can play a key role in improving the lives of psoriasis sufferers, argues Lars Ettarp.

Crowdfunding can be a great tool for bio-based industries

26 September 2016

Irun Cohen explains why he utilised crowdfunding to finance therapies to tackle inflammatory bowel disease.

Peregrine falcon down-listing an opportune time to reflect on CITES convention

23 September 2016

The Peregrine falcon's down-listing is an opportune time to reflect on the CITES convention, writes Adrian Lombard.

Better informed consumers are key to decreasing alcohol-related harm

12 September 2016

Better informed consumers are the key to decreasing alcohol-related harm, writes Dan Mobley.

Will the digital single market work for European audiences?

14 July 2016

Mathieu Moreuil wonders whether the digital single market will work for European audiences.

EU Parliament should reject firearms directive

11 July 2016

The ill-conceived firearms directive proposals deserve Parliament's outright rejection, argues Stephen A. Petroni.