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Economy & Jobs 28-05-2018

Martian olives, courtesy of Italian project and EU cash

Is there life on Mars? Maybe soon. What seems more like Hollywood sci-fi than genuine farming prospect could soon come to fruition, as an Italian project uses EU funding to grow plants in extremely hostile conditions. EURACTIV.it reports.

Tilos: The first Mediterranean island to go off the grid

Tilos, in Greece, is the first island in the Mediterranean to be fully self-sufficient for its energy, thanks to strong investment in renewables. Its success is a lesson for all island communities in Greece and elsewhere. Euractiv Italy reports.
Climate change 29-08-2017

Climate change: Himalayas melting more slowly than expected

Global warming has not yet impacted the Himalayan chain, a new in-depth satellite study shows. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Agrifood 24-08-2017

A stinky matter: Canada’s cheese quota settlement upsets EU dairy farmers

Canada’s federal government has finalised the details of an additional import quota that will allow 18,500 tonnes of European cheese to enter Canada, but EU dairy producers aren't happy. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Agrifood 23-08-2017

US objects to EU-China quality food labelling pact

Trade agreement between Beijing and Brussels on geographical indications is likely to stumble on registered trademarks and US meddling. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Brexit 21-06-2017

Italian PM calls Brexit a ‘tough wake-up call’ ahead of EU summit

Ahead of this week’s European summit, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni told the country’s Senate that the Brexit vote was not a catastrophe for the European Union but serves as a tough wake-up call. Class EURACTIV Italy reports.
Brexit 28-06-2016

First Brexit, next stop United States of Europe and a Norse League?

In December 2011, EURACTIV.com’s partner, Milano Finanza, published a scenario put together by British historian Niall Ferguson. It concerned Europe in 2021 and his predictions are already starting to materialise.
Trade & Society 19-05-2016

Trade expert: TTIP-leaks have been a gift for the deal

Following publication of the so-called TTIP-leaks, the trade and investment agreement being negotiated between the EU and US is under sustained attack and consent seems to be eroding in Europe. But trade expert Alberto Alemanno says there is a difference between perception and reality. ClassEURACTIV reports.