Axel Eggert wonders whether the revision of the EU ETS will foster low carbon investment.
Real danger that politicians are sleep-walking into a food production crisis, warns crop protection industry chief
Taking healthcare home is key to delivering sustainable treatment, writes Paul Leeflang.
The EU can play a key role in improving the lives of psoriasis sufferers, argues Lars Ettarp.
Irun Cohen explains why he utilised crowdfunding to finance therapies to tackle inflammatory bowel disease.
The Peregrine falcon's down-listing is an opportune time to reflect on the CITES convention, writes Adrian Lombard.
Better informed consumers are the key to decreasing alcohol-related harm, writes Dan Mobley.
Mathieu Moreuil wonders whether the digital single market will work for European audiences.
Copyright protection is more important than ever in the digital age, says Mark Lichtenhein.
The ill-conceived firearms directive proposals deserve Parliament's outright rejection, argues Stephen A. Petroni.
ICT is a driver of development and a prerequisite for future competitiveness, says Guo Ping.
Chance to position Europe at the forefront of global digital economy, says GSMA's Daniel Pataki.
Building intelligence into borders will be key to the effective use of PNR data, says Ray Batt.
How to tier and where to tier? These are the key ETS reform questions that need answers, says Jacob Hansen.
5G's success will depend on rethinking business models, policies, regulation and economics, especially on spectrum, says Afke Schaart.
Nord Stream 2 will deliver the gas that Europe needs to underpin energy security and competitiveness, says Ulrich Lissek.
Independent evaluation is key to ensuring public confidence in vaccines, says Jim McMenemin.
Setting minimum requirements for seafood ecolabels is a good idea, says MSC's Camiel Derichs.
Providing Europe with reliable and independent access to space remains Arianespace's primary objective, says Stéphane Israël.
A broad coalition, delivering sustainable solutions, is key to tackling the scourge of AMR, argues Richard Bergström.