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Stanishev re-elected PES President; IEA: Energy emissions can peak 10 years early, if fossil fuels targeted; Juncker marks 30th...

Stanishev re-elected PES President; IEA: Energy emissions can peak 10 years early, if fossil fuels targeted; Juncker marks 30th...
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Stanishev re-elected PES President

Sergei Stanishev was re-elected on 12 June as President of the Party of European Socialists (PES), the second largest European political family, after the other candidate, Enrique Barόn Crespo, withdrew from the competition just before the vote.

IEA: Energy emissions can peak 10 years early, if fossil fuels targeted

Global energy emissions could peak as early as 2020 but only if governments worldwide phase out fossil fuels subsidies and ban the building of new coal power stations, a report published today (15 June) by the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said.

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Juncker marks 30th anniversary of Schengen agreement

Marking the 30th anniversary of the border-free Schengen agreement on 13 June, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned against taking advantage of the surge of immigrants from the Mediterranean to dismantle what he said was one of the greatest achievements in EU integration.

Talks with Greece collapse as default looms

Default by debt-wracked Greece loomed dangerously closer after last-ditch talks between Athens and its EU-IMF creditors collapsed on Sunday (14 May), bringing the threat of a Greek exit from the euro closer than ever.

Venice vote set to deliver blow to Renzi

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's centre-left party was set to lose the race for mayor of Venice on Sunday, rounding off a round of local elections across Italy which saw gains for anti-establishment and right-wing parties last month.

REACH: Aviation hopes to streamline approval for ‘mission critical’ chemicals

SPECIAL REPORT | When the European Commission began working on landmark legislation to regulate potentially dangerous chemicals, it barely appeared on the aviation industry’s radar screen.

Physical activity seeking wider policy recognition

SPECIAL REPORT / While the economic benefits of physical activity are widely documented, policymakers still struggle to translate scientific evidence into policy, health experts say.

EU demands more urgency in climate negotiations

European negotiators were frustrated by the slow progress made at the climate negotiations in Bonn. The UN insists that establishing a climate of confidence is vital for the success of the COP 21. EurActiv France reports

Fuel efficiency standards benefit economy and environment

Ambitious new vehicle emissions targets could save European drivers €350 per year, and pay back the cost of the technology within three years.

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Interviews

Goyens: EU law on animal cloning 'falls short of consumers expectations'

Food from cloned animals has ‘novel food’ status at EU level, and requires approval before being allowed onto the market. But the EU legislation needs to be more transparent by covering also food from the descendants of clones, with a traceability system for imports of cloned animals embryos and semen, says Monique Goyens.

Greens/EFA president: ‘The only way to reduce our energy dependency is to cut consumption’

Rebecca Harms, the president of The Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, has criticised the Energy Union project as outdated. In an interview with EurActiv Poland, she talks about alternatives for the project and their impact on Russia as well as climate change.

Bokova: UN agencies' role will increase in the post-2015 agenda

SPECIAL REPORT / The role of the United Nations specialised agencies becomes more important under the post-2015 agenda, because they are universal, just like the Sustainable Development Goals, UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova, told EurActiv in an exclusive interview.

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The UK's EU referendum: On the path to Brexit?

Following the Conservative Party’s victory in the 2015 general election, the UK is set to hold an in/out referendum on its membership of the European Union before the end of 2017.

Opinion / Analysis

Higher international ambition needed on climate change

Ambitious national plans are needed to tackle climate change, but responsibility for change rests with all of us, not just with governments, writes Aileen McLeod.

Sustainability must become a financial imperative

In Brussels, we focus on top down policy solutions to drive sustainable development. Meanwhile armies of sustainability champions are building change from the bottom up, even within the European Commission itself, writes Joanna Sullivan.

New law to muzzle whistleblowers

The new Trade Secrets Directive is meant to protect businesses from industrial espionage. But it will muzzle whistleblowers on public health and environment issues becuase it puts journalists, scientists and public authorities at risk of being crushed in court by corporations, writes James Thornton.

Infographics

TradeMarks 2015: What makes associations effective?

The TradeMarks survey measures the extend to which Brussels policy leaders believe associations are effective. The survey was conducted by APCO Insight, in collaboration with EurActiv.

INFOGRAPHIC: The facts about asylum seekers in Europe

Although Germany and Sweden are not front-line countries exposed to immigration, they were among those receiving the largest number of asylum seekers in 2014.

INFOGRAPHIC: Ex-empires aid former colonies

France, the UK, Belgium, Spain and Portugal, the countries with the largest colonial empires until the middle of the 20th century, are spending their Official Development Assistance (ODA) largely in the countries which were their colonies.

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