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Politics 10-06-2014

How to get around a commissioner

The Yellow Academy is a series of 7 workshops on EU lobbying and communication with a strong focus on case studies.
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Politics 04-02-2014

Engaging with detractors and building compromise

The Yellow Academy is a series of 7 workshops on EU lobbying and communication with a strong focus on case studies. The series continues with a second session on 11 February with a session led by Giovanni Colombo and Lorraine Baldwin from Hill+Knowlton Strategies, titled "New approaches to engaging with detractors and building compromise".
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Politics 14-01-2014

Is your organisation ready for the 2014 institutional changeover?

The Yellow Academy is a series of 7 workshops on EU lobbying and communication with a strong focus on case studies. The series will begin on 21 January with a session led by Elaine Cruikshanks and Giles Keane from Acumen Public Affairs, titled "Is your organisation ready for the 2014 institutional changeover?".
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Health 14-10-2013

Eat well, drink well, move – A small step for you, a big step for Europe

Obesity is a lifestyle disease that is becoming one of the greatest public health challenges of the 21st century. Unless we make significant changes to both our diet and way of life, obesity will continue to rise in Europe. The solution to this problem must include the 3 following elements: Eat well, drink well, and move.   European leadership to counter the epidemic of obesity is lacking. The event discussed the actions the EU and its member states should take.
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Agrifood 04-07-2013

Sustainable Agriculture: A key ingredient to food security in Europe

Food security and food sustainability are key EU priorities in 2013. By the end of 2013, the European Commission is expected to follow up on its Resource Efficiency Roadmap with a Communication on Sustainable Food. How can this new policy framework best integrate a long- term approach to food and the environmental, social and economic pillars of sustainability? What options are at our disposal in Europe?
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Economy & Jobs 07-01-2013

James K. Galbraith on the crisis and inequality in Europe

American economics professor James Galbraith presented his views on the Eurocrisis and the U.S. debt crisis during a high-level conference organised by the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) in Brussels on 11 December 2012.
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Agrifood 12-06-2012

Food Waste: Cutting losses along the supply chain

In response to the European Commission's study that estimated annual food waste in the EU at approximately 179kg per person, the European Parliament adopted a resolution in January 2012 on how to avoid food waste. The resolution is aimed at identifying a series of strategies for a more efficient food chain in the EU. Among these strategies, the design of new packaging that will increase longevity of goods plays an important role. How achievable is the 50% reduction of food waste by 2025? What measures should be taken to reach this objective?
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