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Enlargement 17-04-2019

Greek business chief: North Macedonia deal diminished Turkey’s influence

The North Macedonia name change deal, also known as Prespa Agreement, helped diminish Turkey’s influence in the country and simultaneously upgrade Athens’s role in the Balkan region, Greek business chief Konstantinos Michalos told EURACTIV.com in an interview.
EU Elections 2019 16-04-2019

Over a Coffee with Frans Timmermans, lead candidate for the PES

Frans Timmermans, lead candidate in the European Elections for the PES group meets with EURACTIV’s Brian Maguire over a coffee.
Agrifood 15-04-2019

The Role of Bioeconomy in the CAP

The aim of bioeconomy is to have an innovative and low-emissions economy, bringing together demands for sustainable agriculture and fisheries, food safety, and the use of renewable biological resources for industry, while protecting biodiversity and the environment.
EU Elections 2019 12-04-2019

Over a Coffee with Jan Zahradil lead candidate for the ECR

With the European Elections just around the corner the ECR candidate lays out ECR's vision for the future of Europe as well as possible collaborations with Salvini and Orban.
Agrifood 12-04-2019

How smart can Greek agriculture be?

What does digitization of rural economy mean? How smart can agriculture be in Greece today and how ready is the Greek farmer against such a prospect?

Contributing to a CO2 neutral gas supply: On the road to 2050 – what role for renewable gases and gas infrastructure?

Climate change requires urgent action and the ultimate challenge is to carry out the required transition towards a greener future at affordable cost for EU citizens and in line with EU energy security perspectives.
Politics 12-04-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit delay, Good Friday and bad air qualit-ay

This week it's another Brexit delay, Good Friday, and bad air qualit-ay. This episode is sponsored by CEN and CENELEC.
Energy 11-04-2019

Transforming the energy system: How to finance a just transition?

Whilst the energy sector is key to the European economy, it also represents two thirds of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. It therefore plays a central role in the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
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Politics 09-04-2019

Why the EU needs to take a local shift

Whether it’s Brexit, the climate strikes or the ‘gilets jaunes’: Europeans no longer want ‘politics as usual’. This sentiment, which is being expressed by the European population, should send a shockwave through EU Member States.
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Economy & Jobs 08-04-2019

European Aluminium launches its Digital Activity Report 2018-2019

European Aluminium’s 2018 achievements and 2019 priorities when it comes to trade, circular economy, energy and climate, sustainability and innovation.
Politics 05-04-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit, Moraes, and NATO

Pies are sacrificed on Brexit’s altar, MEPs turn nasty in row over Gibraltar and NATO at 70 doesn’t falter.
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Responsible Business Conduct - Gearing up EU action
Economy & Jobs 03-04-2019

Responsible Business Conduct: Gearing up EU action

The debate in the EU on responsible business conduct has evolved significantly in the past 5 years. Before the European elections in May, it is time to take stock of where the EU is.
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industriAll European Trade Union Election 2019 Manifesto
Economy & Jobs 01-04-2019

industriAll European Trade Union Election 2019 Manifesto

With the European project under an unprecedented threat from populist forces, these are undoubtedly the most important European elections ever. industriAll Europe general secretary Luc Triangle sets out why there’s only one way to save it: a social Europe that puts workers first.
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Health 29-03-2019

World Hearing Day 2019: Protect and Check your Hearing

On occasion of World Hearing Day 2019, MEP Igor Šoltes (Greens/EFA) hosted a Lunch Debate with experts in the European parliament, titled “Protect and Check your Hearing!”.
Brexit stalls, copyright passes, cars brake, and daylight savings
Politics 29-03-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit stalls, copyright passes, cars brake, and daylight savings

Brexiteers follow a predictable theme, copyright law threatens the meme, speed limits on cars make petrol heads scream and daylight savings will soon be just a dream. This episode is supported by Ceemet.
Health 28-03-2019

A Europe that Champions Well-being: Reframing EU priorities for the next five years

A global paradigm shift is occurring in attitudes towards economic and social progress. From a GDP centred model, a new paradigm now focuses on improving citizen’s well-being. All Policies for a Healthy Europe is a multi-stakeholder initiative calling for Europe...
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Shipping 28-03-2019

EU LEARN project affirms effectiveness of carbon accounting for freight and logistics by companies

Reducing global freight and logistics emissions is critical to reach the Paris Climate Agreement goals. Businesses that calculate emissions can take better decisions to reduce emissions and optimise efficiency.
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A city leaders agenda for Europe
Economy & Jobs 27-03-2019

A city leaders agenda for Europe

The future of Europe depends on its cities. They are the place where the fight against climate change becomes real, where technological innovation can help boost the digital transformation, and where equal and inclusive societies are made.
Cybersecurity 26-03-2019

What role can cyber norms play in improving accountability in cyberspace?

In the digital world, the evidence of cyberattacks is often spread across technology providers, telecom operators, and victims. Furthermore, if it is a government behind the cyberattack then the challenge of proving their responsibility becomes all the more complex.
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Agrifood 22-03-2019

The future of farming is sustainable and connected

Agriculture is a difficult business involving a lot of different aspects such as the quality of the food, the environment and the economic situation of the farmers.
Brexit 22-03-2019

Tweets of the Week: Bercow, Orban, and Vestager

Bercow’s bombshell is rather splendid, Orban’s not banned, but he is suspended, and Google and Vestager are definitely unfriended. This week we are supported by EPRA.
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Health 18-03-2019

The Medtech Forum 2019: Bringing HealthTech stakeholders together

The MedTech Forum is one of the largest health and medical technology industry conference in Europe and a key event since 2007.
Brexit 15-03-2019

The Irish Border and Brexit

The decision of the British people to leave the European Union will have important consequences both in Europe and in the UK, but Northern Ireland and the border counties of the Republic of Ireland will be the most heavily impacted by Brexit.
Brexit 15-03-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit, Hungary, and Tajani

It’s Brexit forever, a billboard endeavour, and Tajani’s less than clever. This week we’re supported by All Policies for a Healthy Europe.

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