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Textiles and food waste reduction: New EU rules to support circular economy

Textiles and food waste reduction: New EU rules to support circular...

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The Environment Committee adopted its proposals to better prevent and reduce textiles and food waste across the EU.
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Greenwashing: how EU firms can validate their green claims

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New rules for companies to comply with EU ban on greenwashing of products. The Internal Market and Environment committees adopted on Wednesday their position
Reducing pollution in EU groundwater and surface waters

Reducing pollution in EU groundwater and surface waters

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Parliament adopted its position on reducing groundwater and surface waters pollution and improving EU water quality standards.
Critical raw materials - plans to secure EU supply and sovereignty

Critical raw materials – plans to secure EU supply and sovereignty

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Electric cars, solar panels and smartphones - all of them contain critical raw materials. They are the lifeblood of our modern societies.
plans to protect consumers from energy market manipulation

Plans to protect consumers from energy market manipulation

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The law aims to tackle increased energy market manipulation by strengthening transparency, oversight mechanisms
Media Freedom Act: strengthens transparency and independence of EU media

Media Freedom Act: strengthens transparency and independence of EU media

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The Culture and Education Committee amended the Media Freedom Act to make sure it applies to all media content and protects editorial decisions
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MEPs call on EU and Türkiye to look for alternative ways...

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The Foreign Affairs Committee is urging the European Union and Turkey to find a solution, to the deadlock and establish a framework for their...
Defence, is the EU creating a European army?

Defence, is the EU creating a European army?

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While there is no European army and defence remains exclusively a matter for member states, the EU has taken big steps to boost defence cooperation.
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MEPs look ahead to next EU summit

On Wednesday, MEPs outlined their expectations for the 29-30 June EU summit, in light of recent events in Ukraine and progress towards concluding the EU’s Migration Pact.

Kosovo’s President, We need a credible EU roadmap for our region’s future

On Wednesday, the President of the Republic of Kosovo,Vjosa Osmani, addressed the European Parliament in a formal sitting in Strasbourg.

EU AI act: first regulation on artificial intelligence

The use of artificial intelligence in the EU will be regulated by the AI Act, the world’s first comprehensive AI law.

Deal on digital traffic data rules

Parliament and Council agreed on rules for intelligent transport systems that require more traffic data, such as on speed limits, to be available digitally.

One year ahead of European elections, citizens aware of EU impact on their lives

The European Parliament released today its Spring 2023 Eurobarometer survey showing citizens’ strong support for democracy and a high awareness of the upcoming European elections.

Hungary: MEPs denounce deliberate and systematic efforts to undermine EU values

In its latest resolution, Parliament raises serious concerns over developments in Hungary, in light of the upcoming Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU.

Foreign Interference, MEPs call for urgent protection of 2024 European elections

A coordinated strategy to increase the EU's resilience to foreign interference and manipulation of information, as well as protection of 2024 European elections.

Prudent use of antibiotics and more research needed to fight antimicrobial resistance

Parliament adopted its recommendations on Thursday for a coordinated EU response to health threats posed by antimicrobial resistance.

Companies must mitigate their negative impact on human rights and the environment

Parliament adopted its position for negotiations with member states on rules to integrate into companies’ governance the impact on human rights and the environment

MeToo – More has to be done to tackle sexual harassment in the EU

Evaluating what has been done to fight against sexual harassment by EU institutions and countries, MEPs call for better reporting procedures and support for victims.
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