In the wake of the car emissions scandal, Parliament is changing the rules for vehicle approval and market surveillance tests. This means consumers can trust that the cars they buy meet environmental and safety standards.
Recent terrorist attacks in the EU have raised concerns about security among European citizens. What needs to be put in place to protect us and enhance our security? What technological measures are already in use, and how can technology further secure our safety? How can we identify common threats and develop a common response?
At April’s plenary session, MEPs will look to the future of the EU with French President Emmanuel Macron, while also discussing organic food production, the recycling of waste packaging, greenhouse gas emissions, and the problem of money laundering.
The European Parliament is voting on new rules aimed at reinforcing consumer trust in organic farming and protecting from unfair practices. The revised law on organic production and labelling of organic products would go into effect in January 2021.
A series of events hosted by the European Parliament is giving center stage to the Roma community: encompassing exhibitions, conferences, music and a film screening...
Parliament wants Europeans to switch to a circular economy by using raw materials more efficiently and reducing waste.
To face the growing need to recycle and reduce waste across Europe, the EU is preparing a new policy for a greener and more competitive future.
The European Parliament set up new goals for member states to ensure that buildings in the EU become energy efficient. Countries will be encouraged to replicate the pioneering experiences of low energy housing tested in Germany or Denmark, among others.