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Brexit 16-02-2018

Tweets of the Week: Dutch minister resigns, Boris Johnson’s credibility, and Bad Valentines

This week Dutch Foreign Minister resigns, Boris Johnson’s credibility declines, and Twitter is awash with bad Valentines!
Economy & Jobs 14-02-2018

Moscovici: Spring 2019 is ‘too early to retire’

European Commissioner Pierre Moscovici joins EURACTIV's Economy Editor Jorge Valero for a live debate on deepening the European Economic and Monetary Union in the EURACTIV Network offices in Brussels.
Politics 14-02-2018

Fact or Fake: A brothel for zoophiles to open in Denmark?

This is the wild rumour that started circulating on websites across Eastern Europe last autumn.  
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Does Europe want to ban Palm Oil

Does Europe want to ban palm oil?

The European Parliament has voted to ban Palm Oil biofuels under the Renewable Energy Directive. There is one key question the Council of the European Union must now decide.
Tweets of the Week, Episode 34
Elections 09-02-2018

Tweets of the Week: GroKo, transnational lists, and the Falcon Heavy launch

This week Germany finally gets its #GroKo, in plenary, transnational lists are a no-go, and Elon Musk’s magic spacecar is just loco!
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Working towards a world without waste
Circular economy 09-02-2018

Working towards a World Without Waste

The Coca-Cola Company’s Ulrike Sapiro introduces the company’s new global packaging vision which aims to help tackle the world’s packaging problem by investing in the planet.
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Electricity 08-02-2018

eurelectric: Powering People

Electricity is key to tackling some of the most urgent societal challenges like climate change, pollution in cities and depletion of natural resources.
Digital 06-02-2018

Artificial Intelligence: Another bubble or a game changer?

European policy makers discuss Artificial Intelligence as its fast development as well as unknown impact raises certain issues.
Elections 05-02-2018

Reviving the European Project: Innovative communication to tackle Euroscepticism

Comprehending and Debating Euroscepticism (CODES) is a project combining research and public awareness building, co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme.
Politics 02-02-2018

Over A Coffee with Marisa Matias, Portuguese MEP

Marisa Matias meets Brian Maguire over a coffee to talk about the return of Silvio Berlusconi, the Israel-Palestine issue, and the 2016 presidential election in Portugal.  
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Fact-checking Science

Fact Checking Science: Shaping the governance of scientific advice in the EU

What can EU institutions do to reinvigorate trust in EU government? Members of the European Parliament, in particular, play a key role in this process.
Future EU 02-02-2018

Remembering the past to shape the future of Europe

What can we learn from the past to relaunch the European project in the future?
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Brexit 02-02-2018

Tweets of the Week: Brexit assessment, EMA appeal, Monkeygate, and Brussels Binder

This week, Britain is set to come up short, Italy appeals to EU court, Volkswagen just can’t seem to do what it ought, and Brussels Binders gets loads of support.
01-02-2018

Starck’s Ideas Box makes it easy for people in need to access education

Ideas Box is a media library in kit form, it can be easily carried and spread out on-the-spot.
Agrifood 30-01-2018

Survey: agriculture and environmental protection – an odd couple?

Agriculture accounts for a great share of greenhouse gas emissions. EURACTIV Germany has asked participants of the Grüne Woche fair in Berlin how the CAP can help reach the Paris climate goals.
Alcohol 26-01-2018

Smart prevention works ! Empowering European students to adopt a responsible lifestyle.

Student life broadens horizons and brings new opportunities. This freedom impacts student lifestyle in many positive ways but it also entails new challenges for their health and wellbeing.
26-01-2018

Tweets of the Week: Davos Forum, Qualcomm fine and Romania rule of law

This week, Davos leaders drink wine and whine, Qualcomm hit with a massive fine, and Romanian rule of law is in serious decline.  
Development Policy 26-01-2018

Ethiopian ambassador: Development partners should work in term with our policies

Ethiopia’s Ambassador Teshome Toga Chanaka spoke to EURACTIV’s Georgi Gotev in a video interview: “We don’t believe in imposition of development policies because something that is imposed without your will won’t last long.  This is exactly what has happened in the past in Africa and Ethiopia would like to see that come to an end."
Future of mobility 25-01-2018

EU car emissions post 2020: lighter vehicles for less CO2

In November 2017, the European Commission presented a legislative proposal setting new CO2 emission standards for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles for the period after 2020.
Politics 19-01-2018

Tweets of the Week: EP plenary, UK takes all the credit, and the Minister for Loneliness

This week, MEPs are back to school, UK claims credit for European rule, and lonely Theresa May faces ridicule.
Which Agricultural sectors will Brexit impact most
Agrifood 17-01-2018

Which Agricultural sectors will Brexit impact most?

Agriculture is an international business: the UK produces just 60% of its AgriFood consumption, while 70% of its production is exported to the EU.
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Politics 15-01-2018

Who are the EU digital influencers? How are they shaping Europe?

The #EUinfluencer event organised by EURACTIV and ZN last October was more than the highlight of the season in the Brussels bubble.
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Brexit 12-01-2018

Tweets of the Week: Bulgarian Presidency, UK cabinet reshuffle, and the Brexit hamper

This week Bulgarian Presidency wants to show its muscle, Theresa May has a cabinet reshuffle, and Barnier in hamper kerfuffle.
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Energy 10-01-2018

Ethanol producers promote Paris Agreement goals with UNFCCC

Sustainable biofuels such as corn ethanol are climate solutions ready for use today, as the Climate Ethanol Alliance showed at COP 23 in Bonn.