(21 November 2019) - Artificial intelligence and the digital transformation must be inclusive and generate benefits for all Europeans, including vulnerable groups, according to the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).


(21 November 2019) - The circular economy, including new waste and recycling laws, will represent “half” of the EU’s effort to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, and will be erected as the number one priority of the upcoming European Green Deal.


(20 November 2019) - The results of a special Eurobarometer survey published today show that 60% of Europeans feel that they personally benefit from international trade, 16% more than 10 years ago at the time of the previous poll.


(19 November 2019) - Today, the three EU institutions agreed on the EU's budget for 2020. 21% of the overall amount will go to measures to address climate change.


(18 November 2019) - Young farmers accessing land via non-conventional contracts are eligible for EU subsidies. But in practice, burdensome administrative constraints often outweigh any financial advantage, meaning that landowners are cashing in while young farmers are missing out.