With Kellogg’s decision to adopt the much-debated Nutri-Score labelling scheme for its cereal products, the already polarising debate in the EU regarding different food labelling schemes is only set to
After tense all-night talks in Brussels, the council of European ministers agreed on 2020 catch limits for Europe’s most important fish stocks early on Wednesday 20 December. While ministers believe
The European Parliament (EP) is split on whether or not to pass a resolution today that would declare a global climate emergency before a critical UN summit next week. The
To date, the impacts of climate change on health have been relatively neglected in EU policy. Now, a landmark study by the European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC) has raised
Environmental pollutants have a large impact on children’s health in Europe, according to a new study published last month in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (1).
Many European rivers and canals are contaminated with pesticides, according to a new analysis slated for publication on 20 June in Science of the Total Environment, a peer-reviewed journal (1).
In an effort to foster collaboration among academic networks of the EU, four universities in Europe are leading the charge in forming a “4EU” alliance for the betterment of research
With the launch of the WiFi4EU programme, the European Union is pledging €120 million to be put towards free, public Wi-Fi in municipalities across Europe, for the benefit of citizens,
Half of European Union member states have leveraged the Common Agricultural Policy to substantially reduce poverty and raise incomes in farming, while other countries are lagging behind, according to a
The European Union has the cost-effective potential to double the share of renewables in its energy mix by 2030, according to a new report. Prepared by the International Renewable Energy