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Rodrigues: Juncker must flex muscle with member states; In Ivory Coast, a lifesaving 'super cereal' helps fight hidden hunger;...

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17-Sep-2015
 

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Rodrigues: Juncker must flex muscle with member states

As the European Parliament adopts its first joint resolution on the Commission work programme to be presented in October, Portuguese MEP Maria João Rodrigues said Juncker must take leadership and restore political dynamism in the EU.

In Ivory Coast, a lifesaving ‘super cereal’ helps fight hidden hunger

SPECIAL REPORT / Worldwide, over two billion people suffer from potentially fatal malnutrition. Vitamin-fortified foods can help, but require more development funds. EurActiv Germany reports.

Survey: Half of British small businesses would vote to stay in EU

Almost half (47%) of British small business owners would vote to stay in the European Union if the upcoming referendum on the UK’s membership of the bloc was held today (17 September), according to a new survey .

Recent News

Commission ready to drop mandatory quotas for refugees

European authorities are prepared to drop the idea of a mandatory scheme to redistribute 120,000 asylum seekers around the bloc, in favour of a voluntary system favoured by Eastern European states, officials said on Wednesday (16 September).

Poroshenko says rebel elections threaten peace deal

Ukraine's president extended sanctions on Wednesday (16 September) to over 400 individuals and 90 legal entities, in response to a decision by rebels to set a date for what Kiyv sees as "illegal elections".

EU to impose mandatory flight tracking after MH370 disappearance

The European Union is pursuing plans to impose mandatory flight-tracking in response to the disappearance of a Malaysian jetliner, but will not mandate a specific interval for position updates.

Recycling industry under pressure from falling raw material prices

Businesses are abandoning recycled materials in favour of cheaper virgin materials. The French recycling industry's profits fell by 2% in 2014. EurActiv France reports .

Pro-EU carmakers say plants not at risk from 'Brexit'

Britain's foreign-owned carmakers, strong supporters of the open markets created by its membership of the European Union, would not shut their plants were the country to leave the bloc, though future investment could be at risk, executives have said.

Taxis jam Brussels in protest against Uber

Hundreds of taxis from across Europe jammed central Brussels on Wednesday (16 September) in protest against the driver-hailing app Uber, closing tunnels and disrupting commuters' journeys.

Commission proposes public court to settle investment disputes

The European Union on Wednesday (16 September) proposed a special court to resolve disputes arising from a huge trade deal with the United States, instead of the widely criticised tribunals Washington wants.

EU ministers' 'deal' on emissions leaves little time for COP21 diplomacy

EXCLUSIVE / On Friday (18 September), EU environment ministers will overcome divisions over the bloc’s negotiating stance for international talks to limit global warming, but are expected to warn that progress must speed up to secure a worldwide climate change deal.

With Brexit deadlines tight, UK-EU talks begin

Jeremy Corbyn and George Osborne have combined to remind Europe that London is now fully embarked on a turbulent, quickfire negotiation with Brussels that may see Britons vote next year to quit the European Union.

French business group top of EU 'anti-climate' lobby list

Nearly half of the world's 200 biggest companies actively fight regulation to protect the climate, a study has revealed. French business group MEDEF and oil company Total are among the worst offenders. EurAtiv France reports .

EU ban on aging boilers expected to bring ‘mammoth’ energy savings

New energy standards for home boilers entering into force this month are expected to take offline the equivalent of 47 Fukushima-type nuclear power stations in Europe by 2020, according to official EU data compiled by the European Environmental Bureau (EEB).

Refugee influx tough on German housing market

The growing number of refugees is starting to affect the German housing market. According to a new study, Germany will need to build 400,000 new homes every year. EurActiv Germany reports.

Commission proposes 'flexible' use of new agriculture aid

The European Commission announced the details of a “flexible” €500 million agriculture aid package on Tuesday (15 September), in an effort to tackle the food crisis EU farmers are facing.

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Interviews

Smith: ‘A Brexit would reopen the question of Scottish independence’

Alyn Smith warns that a Brexit could lead Scotland to leave the United Kingdom. According to the MEP, an exit from the EU should only be considered if backed by a majority in all four nations of the UK.

Gabriel: Germany calls upon international community to aid refugees' homelands

German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel (SPD), has called for more aid to be given to Jordan and Lebanon, to help them deal with the refugee crisis, more European solidarity, and a new relationship with Russia. Der Tagesspiegel reports.

Czech EU Secretary: Refugee quotas are just a PR exercise

Refugee quotas as proposed by the Commission are just a public relations exercise. Refugees should have an opportunity to choose the country where they want to seek asylum, Tomáš Prouza, State Secretary for European affairs told EurActiv Czech Republic in an exclusive interview.

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CAP: Still a work in progress

In June 2013, politicians approved the first major reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in a decade, following months of haggling over quotas, subsidies and measures to improve environmental accountability.

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