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EPMF Event Conclusions
Circular economy 19-12-2018

Do you want to know the precious metals recipe to address potential trade offs between Chemical Management and Circular Economy?

The “Conflict and Opportunity: Chemical Management, the Circular Economy and Precious Metals” event concluded on the 5th of December in Brussels after an inspiring afternoon of engaging debate around the subject. We are delighted to be able to share with you our formal conclusions derived from the afternoons lively debate.
Politics 14-12-2018

Tweets of the Week: Strasbourg attack, democracy challenged in Hungary, and Theresa May

Outrage over Strasbourg attack, democracy in Hungary continues to crack, and Theresa May avoids the sack.
RED2: what is next for palm oil?
Agrifood 12-12-2018

RED2: what is next for palm oil?

The boom of palm oil in the EU biofuels mixture since 2012 took centre stage in the debate about the revised Renewable Energy Directive (RED2).
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Transparency and better regulation in the EU
Politics 11-12-2018

Transparency and better regulation in the EU

SEAP organised an event focused on the importance to the EU business sector of an effective and robust transparency system operating within the EU institutions.
Over A Coffee with Luminița Odobescu
EURoad2Sibiu 10-12-2018

Over A Coffee with Luminita Odobescu: Romanian ambassador to the EU

Romanian ambassador to the EU Luminița Odobescu meets with EURACTIV’s Sam Morgan over a coffee to talk about the upcoming Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

Local Energy Communities: driver of the 2050 low-carbon agenda?

Households and neighbourhoods feeding small-scale electricity and heat into a decentralised European energy grid: this is the vision developed by proponents of microgeneration. As much as half of EU citizens – including local communities, schools and hospitals – could be...
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Tackle

TACKLE: Teaming up for A Conscious Kick for the Legacy of Environment

The world’s favourite sport is setting its sights on tackling global problems that are related to the environment all around us.
Politics 07-12-2018

Tweets of the Week: Article 50 in ECJ, Selmayrgate, and Gilets Jaunes protests

This week, Article 50 in ECJ, Selmayrgate just won’t go away, and Gilets Jaunes protests go seriously astray.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70

In 1948, with the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, world leaders launched the human rights project rooted in the inherent dignity of every person.
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The EU-Japan EPA
Economy & Jobs 06-12-2018

The EU-Japan EPA: A Springboard for a Freer, Fairer and more Open Trading System?

The economic relations between the EU and Japan have been strong for a long time, but are now about to take new steps forward as they have concluded an Economic Partnership Agreement that significantly will reduce barriers to trade.
Has the EU delivered on Social Europe
Economy & Jobs 06-12-2018

Has the EU delivered on Social Europe?

With only 5 months before the European elections, we discuss whether the European Union has really delivered tackling the social challenges facing citizens and what are the priorities for the new legislature.
BAT: Need for a ‘consistent’ science-based view on e-cigarettes
Health 06-12-2018

BAT: Need for a ‘consistent’ science-based view on e-cigarettes

The public health community needs to adopt a consistent science-based view on new generation tobacco products in order to properly inform regulators around the world and thereby shape a stable framework, James Murphy, the head of Reduced Risk Substantiation at British American Tobacco (BAT) told EURACTIV.com in an interview.
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Health 05-12-2018

It’s time to make the case for preservatives!

Preservatives are important ingredients that are added to cosmetic products to keep them safe and effective.
Cybersecurity 04-12-2018

The security of European citizens: What role for e-evidence?

Nowadays, the success of criminal investigations is increasingly reliant on the ability of law enforcement to obtain electronic evidence. This shift to the digital space is posing complex challenges due to the international character and lack of borders in the digital world.
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Digital 04-12-2018

The Network of the Future

Right now, the way we live, learn, work and play is being reimagined. But the technology of the near future will require powerful networks with the speed and capacity to support rich, immersive experiences.
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Data protection 03-12-2018

EU terrorist content legislation is targeting the wrong players

The European Union wants Cloud Infrastructure Providers to snoop on their customer’s data, slowing down their digital transformation and immediately bringing to a halt the protections of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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Health 30-11-2018

Anti-Microbial Resistance: the fightback

Overuse of antibiotics has made Europe’s hospitals danger zones for patients, but the fightback against this deadly risk is being led by COPMA and a team of Italian researchers which has developed ‘PCHS®’.
Politics 30-11-2018

Tweets of the Week: Brexit fatigue, net zero, and where’s Zuckerberg?

Brexit fatigue sets in swiftly, climate targets net zero by 2050, and no show Zuckerberg looks incredibly shifty.
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Energy 29-11-2018

BSEF at the Energy Storage Global Conference 2018

BSEF, The International Bromine Council, was a proud exhibitor at the 2018 Energy Storage Global Conference.

Food packaging and the environment: Towards the end of single-use packaging?

Plastic plays a significant role in food packaging as: it serves to meet product safety and quality requirements. However, some types of packaging remain difficult to recycle for a number of technological and practical reasons and are prone to littering.
Automated vehicles 28-11-2018

Galileo: A critical component for autonomous driving?

The past decades have seen substantial improvements in the performance of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology. The satellite signals have been modernised, and by the end of 2018, multi-band GNSS will become affordable.
Agrifood 28-11-2018

Expert: An ethanol plant is not just about ethanol

EU policymakers should recognise the multidimensional added value of ethanol plants, as they don’t produce only ethanol for fuel use but also proteins that are crucial for European agriculture, an expert told EURACTIV.com.
Central Europe 27-11-2018

The Swiss-EU ‘bilateral way’: an inspiring option?

The Brexit discussion has shed a new light on the relations the EU has with non-member states. Switzerland and the EU are currently reinforcing the bilateral way by negotiating new bilateral agreements.
Cybersecurity 26-11-2018

Can the EU lead on cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity has become a prominent topic on the EU policy agenda. The NIS directive, the EU's first cybersecurity law, went into effect in May of this year. And the European Commission proposed more legislation, known as the cybersecurity act, in September 2017.