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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...
Transport 20-02-2019

Freight is the ‘Cinderella’ of emission cutting efforts

Global logistic emissions are a point of concern, as climate experts warn that failure to bring the sector to heel means the goals of the Paris Agreement will remain out of reach.
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.
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Explaining risk versus hazard

The terms “risk” and “hazard” are regularly used by scientists, industry and regulators. But what do they mean? And what is the difference between them?
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.
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Air Quality 13-02-2019

Air pollution: a threat to our health and to the environment

Europe faces a clean air challenge. Air pollution represents a significant threat to human health and the environment. To respond, the EU has put in place targets to reduce air pollution by 2030.
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Digital 12-02-2019

Fighting harmful content: Keeping the internet and users safer online

Hot take, or hate speech? Religious speech or incitement to violence? Tackling harmful content online has never been more vital, or more complex.
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10 years for a sustainable wine culture
Agrifood 11-02-2019

10 years for a sustainable wine culture

Wine in Moderation celebrates 10 years and takes stock of what it has achieved so far.
Road safety 08-02-2019

Taking road safety to a new level: Aligning infrastructure, new technologies and changes in mobility trends

Technological advances, in connectivity and automation, create new opportunities to eliminate or compensate for human error. Automated driving holds great potential to further improve road safety in the near future.
Brexit 08-02-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexiteer hell, EU Industry days, and Siemens Alstom merger

Tusk says Brexiteers are in for a world of pain, it’s EU Industry Days again and Margrethe Vestager is not on the train.
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Economy & Jobs 04-02-2019

Industry first: CECE calls for making Industrial Policy a political priority

CECE calls on all candidates in the European elections to push for a European Commission mandate that puts Industrial Policy as a priority in their political agenda.
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.
Central Asia 31-01-2019

EU-Kazakhstan relations: From security issues to regional cooperation

2019 is an important year for EU-Kazakhstan relations, in anticipation of the full entry into force of the Enhanced Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (EPCA) between Kazakhstan and the EU.
#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.
Agrifood 28-01-2019

How does digitisation influence the work of Polish farmers?

The digitisation of agriculture, or the use of new technologies to improve productivity and production, is playing an increasingly important role in the Polish countryside nowadays.
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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Agrifood 25-01-2019

Discover the passion of the flavour industry with our #Flavour Ambassadors

Do you want to learn more about the flavours in your favourite food? Discover it now first hand with our #Flavour Ambassadors, what inspire these professionals, how is their day to day work and how do they meet consumer’s expectations.
Economy & Jobs 21-01-2019

Has the EU delivered on economy and growth?

The European elections will take place in just over four months. Economy and growth will play an important role in deciding who will sit in the new European Parliament.
Digital 21-01-2019

Risks to Europe: Identification, evaluation, mitigation

The EU defines risk management capability as ‘the ability of a Member State or its regions to reduce, adapt to or mitigate risks (impacts and likelihood of a disaster), identified in its risk assessments to levels that are acceptable in...
Meaningful vote, Adamowicz, and the eurozone turns 20
Brexit 18-01-2019

Tweets of the Week: Meaningful vote, Adamowicz, and the eurozone turns 20

This week, Theresa May thrashed by her peers, mayor’s murder brings Gdansk to tears and the Euro celebrates 20 years. This episode is supported by ACCA.
Tweets of the Week: Brexit transport, migration, and US downgrades EU
Brexit 11-01-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit transport, migration, and US downgrades EU

This week, Brexit transport plans are totally cracked, migrants saved thanks to EU pact and Donald Trump displays his usual tact. This episode is supported by Medicines for Europe.
Katainen ‘open’ to consider tweaks to competition policy
Competition 09-01-2019

Katainen ‘open’ to consider tweaks to competition policy

European Commission Vice-President Jyrki Katainen told journalists on Tuesday that he would be “open” to consider changes to update competition law in order to cope with the strong competition of US and China firms, but discarded reforming “entirely” antitrust rules as they worked “well”.
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EU Elections 2019 07-01-2019

The ALDE Manifesto for the European elections of 2019

The ALDE Manifesto for the European elections of 2019 was adopted on 10 November at the ALDE Congress in Madrid, Spain.

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