Evan Lamos

03-05-2019

Tweets of the Week: Maastricht debate, Williamson, and enlargement anniversary

Weber snubs debate and does not speak, UK secretary sacked over leak, and 15th birthday celebrations for the EU clique.
Lyra McKee funeral, Greta Thunberg, and 2019 election kick-off
Politics 26-04-2019

Tweets of the Week: Lyra McKee funeral, Greta Thunberg, and 2019 election kick-off

Welcome to another EURACTIV Tweets of the Week! Lyra’s funeral makes hypocrisy plain, “Greta is privileged” some egos complain, and European Parliament launches its election campaign.
EU Elections 2019 16-04-2019

Over a Coffee with Frans Timmermans, lead candidate for the PES

Frans Timmermans, lead candidate in the European Elections for the PES group meets with EURACTIV’s Brian Maguire over a coffee.
EU Elections 2019 12-04-2019

Over a Coffee with Jan Zahradil lead candidate for the ECR

With the European Elections just around the corner the ECR candidate lays out ECR's vision for the future of Europe as well as possible collaborations with Salvini and Orban.
Energy 11-04-2019

Transforming the energy system: How to finance a just transition?

Whilst the energy sector is key to the European economy, it also represents two thirds of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. It therefore plays a central role in the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
Politics 05-04-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit, Moraes, and NATO

Pies are sacrificed on Brexit’s altar, MEPs turn nasty in row over Gibraltar and NATO at 70 doesn’t falter.
Brexit stalls, copyright passes, cars brake, and daylight savings
Politics 29-03-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit stalls, copyright passes, cars brake, and daylight savings

Brexiteers follow a predictable theme, copyright law threatens the meme, speed limits on cars make petrol heads scream and daylight savings will soon be just a dream. This episode is supported by Ceemet.
Cybersecurity 26-03-2019

What role can cyber norms play in improving accountability in cyberspace?

In the digital world, the evidence of cyberattacks is often spread across technology providers, telecom operators, and victims. Furthermore, if it is a government behind the cyberattack then the challenge of proving their responsibility becomes all the more complex.
Brexit 22-03-2019

Tweets of the Week: Bercow, Orban, and Vestager

Bercow’s bombshell is rather splendid, Orban’s not banned, but he is suspended, and Google and Vestager are definitely unfriended. This week we are supported by EPRA.
Brexit 15-03-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit, Hungary, and Tajani

It’s Brexit forever, a billboard endeavour, and Tajani’s less than clever. This week we’re supported by All Policies for a Healthy Europe.
Macron, Brexit, and International Women's Day
Brexit 08-03-2019

Tweets of the Week: Macron, Brexit, and International Women’s Day

Macron hopes to lead the European way, Brexit talks go badly astray, and we’re celebrating International Women’s Day. This week we are supported by PlasticsEurope.
Better work-life balance: closing the gender employment gap?
Economy & Jobs 06-03-2019

Better work-life balance: closing the gender employment gap?

A positive work-life balance contributes to a more inclusive labour market, reducing the gender employment gap and raising individuals’ quality of life.
Tourism: A key driver for socio-economic progress
Economy & Jobs 01-03-2019

Tourism: A key driver for socio-economic progress

Tourism plays an important role in the EU because of its economic and employment potential, as well as its social and environmental implications. According to the European Commission, tourism is the third largest socio-economic activity in the EU, after the trade and construction sectors.
Politics 01-03-2019

Tweets of the Week: The Oscars, Yelizaveta Peskova, and Sharm el Sheikh

This week, Olivia Colman continues winning streak, Russian intern makes MEPs shriek, and leaders meet at Sharm el Sheikh.

How to secure agri-food supply chains post-Brexit and at what price?
Agrifood 28-02-2019

How to secure agri-food supply chains post-Brexit and at what price?

Food chain organisation, processing and marketing of agricultural products, animal welfare and risk management represent 10.4% of rural development public expenditure in the EU.
The future role of wine in society
Alcohol 26-02-2019

The future role of wine in society

The EU Alcohol and Health Forum, chaired by the European Commission, was established in June 2007. The Wine in Moderation programme was the commitment of the EU wine sector to the Forum.
Election poll, copyright mob, and Fidesz in trouble
Elections 22-02-2019

Tweets of the Week: Election poll, copyright mob, and Fidesz in trouble

Shock and awe at latest Parliament poll, Commission scores copyright own goal, and Hungary’s Fidesz party is playing the troll.
Greta Thunberg
Climate change 21-02-2019

Watch: Greta Thunberg’s full address to EU politicians in Brussels

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg was in Brussels on Thursday (21 February) to take part in one of the climate school strikes that have taken place every week in Belgium since December. EURACTIV.com does not usually publish speeches. But we...
Brexit, copyright, and valentines
Brexit 15-02-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit, copyright, and valentines

Roses are red, violets are blue, This week it’s Brexit, copyright and lazy rhymes too.
EU Elections 2019 14-02-2019

Over a Coffee with Ska Keller and Bas Eickhout, lead candidates for the Greens

Ska Keller and Bas Eickhout, lead candidates in the European Elections for the Greens meet with EURACTIV’s Brian Maguire over a coffee to talk about the upcoming EU elections.
Alcohol 01-02-2019

Partnerships for Good! Empowering students for well-being in a responsible and active Europe

2019 is a decisive year for the future of Europe. The voice of European students deserves to be heard to understand what they expect and how Europe can empower them to build a responsible, active and healthy Europe.
Brexit, North Macedonia, and Brussels climate march
Politics 01-02-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit, North Macedonia, and Brussels climate march

Brexit nonsense is more of the same, the Former republic of Macedonia gets a new name, and thousands of activists put climate change in the frame.
#Media4EU 30-01-2019

Can the EU do more for a healthy media sector?

Healthy democracies need a healthy media sector. Yet, faced with multiple attacks and challenges, notably technological and financial, the sector needs a coordinated response.
Davos, Elmar Brok, and the 10 year challenge
Politics 25-01-2019

Tweets of the Week: Davos, Elmar Brok, and the 10 year challenge

This week Davos bling continues to shock, fingers are pointed at Elmar Brok, and 10 years meme makes us all take stock. This episode is supported by FleishmanHillard.

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