The EU's food and drinks industry has developed a set of principles for research conduct that will apply to the sector.
Experts have suggested local, smaller living quarters for refugees. Collective living quarters are not only distressing for the people who live in them, but also limits integration in local communities, a study presented by the Robert Bosch Foundation said on Thursday (19 November).
Brussels has ordered France and the Netherlands to fully transpose the 2012 Energy Efficiency Directive.
Ariel Brunner is Senior Head of Policy at BirdLife Europe.
Last week the European Commission published the first results of its Fitness Check of the Birds and Habitat Directives, in the form of an evaluation study produced by experts on their behalf.
SPECIAL REPORT / Faced with a raw materials scarcity due to climate change, food and drink giants have turned to a sustainable management in order to protect the environment and ensure their future viability.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin this week, suggesting closer trade ties between the EU and the Russian-led Eurasian Union once a ceasefire is implemented in Ukraine.
As EU interior ministers meet today (20 November) in Brussels to decide on new measures to improve security following the Paris attacks, US officials said that at least four of the terrorists involved were known to them.
Ely Ould Mohamed Vall, former President of Mauritania, told a Brussels audience that the first prerequisites for the development of Africa are the fight against terrorism and corruption.
Twenty-nine journalists have filed 27 complaints with the European Court of Justice against the European Parliament, which allegedly refused to give information on how MEPs spend their allowances
SPECIAL REPORT / Construction will be an essential part of the transition to a circular economy, and can also drive growth, the European Union's Environment Commissioner has said.
Mark Dawson is Professor of European Law and Governance at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. Mike Baab is a writer, animator and human rights consultant.
Germany's plan to reduce CO2 levels could fall short of its targets according to government advisors, as reported by Spiegel Online, which cited the "Energy of the Future" progress report.
Stephen Kingah is a research fellow at UN University, CRIS (Belgium). These are his views, not the UNU’s.
EXCLUSIVE / Fourteen MEPs have signed a letter to EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc demanding the European Commission propose legislation to impose new tolls on trucks.
Jana Hainsworth is the Secretary General of Eurochild.
Ian Talbot is deputy president of Eurochambres and chief executive of Chambers Ireland, the largest business network in Ireland.
The link between low levels of vitamin D and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease has been established for several years. But until recently, the importance of this link was unknown.
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Ruth Owen is a policy coordinator at the European Federation of National Organisations Working with the Homeless (FEANTSA) and Marc Uhry is Head of Europe at the Fondation Abbé Pierre.
European Parliament President Martin Schulz has said he is in favour of giving a greater role to national parliaments in EU decision-making, one of the key demands of David Cameron seeking a renegotiation of the UK’s EU membership, but it has to be exercised towards national governments not EU in