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Germany’s Laschet, Merz join Merkel party leadership race
The premier of Germany’s most populous state, Armin Laschet, joined the race to lead Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian ...
French stadiums should ban fungicide use this year
almost all professional football clubs continue to use these types of pesticides to improve the quality of their lawns, in ...
‘Partnerships’ to be at heart of EU-Africa strategy, leaked paper reveals
The EU will seek to put a series of policy-themed ‘partnerships’ at the heart of its EU-Africa strategy which will be ...
Fake NATURA 2000 report raises eyebrows in Bulgaria, and Brussels
The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAN) has stated that the report the government has sent to Brussels in relation to the ...
EU hopefuls up climate game in Western Balkans
Montenegro and North Macedonia have both pledged to cut emissions and put a price on pollution, as new initiatives in the two ...
Could robot weeders be the solution to France’s pesticide problem?
Oz, the small electric robot which has been developed by Naïo Technologie over the past few years, can weave its way through ...
Science could become collateral damage of Brexit
A no-deal Brexit at the end of the year, or even a minimal, thin-deal Brexit, with no provision for cooperation on science, ...
Europe’s €1.2 trillion low-carbon opportunity
European companies are starting to reap the benefits of low-carbon investment, but must double down on green spending to realise its full potential, write Steven Tebbe and Rob Bailey. Steven Tebbe is ...
Commission calls for coordination before any border measures for coronavirus
Any border restriction related to coronavirus in the EU should be based on a thorough risk assessment and scientific advice, ...
ZAGREB – Sceptical about a UK trade deal
Croatian PM Andrej Plenković visited London yesterday, where he met with Boris Johnson and discussed trade negotiations after Brexit. “As a presiding country, we will do our best to push the talks ...
Is Germany’s digital ministry just a ‘phantom debate’?
A digital ministry would be desirable, because it would give more weight to digitisation, but could only "have a coordinating ...
Brexit deal will be ‘difficult’, Barnier says as ministers agree mandate
The EU and UK formally agreed their negotiating mandates for talks on a new trade and political partnership on Tuesday (25 February), setting the stage for a bruising battle on regulatory standards.