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The European Union is the world leader in green policies but resistance from member states threaten its goal to become carbon neutral by 2050, a Green MEP told Euronews.
Our oceans are our first line of defence against rising carbon levels in the atmosphere. Overfishing is compromising the planet's immunity to climate change - to the detriment of us all.
"I want to have an impact in the biggest way possible."
Some experts believe there is scope for compromise over one of the main sticking points holding up a post-Brexit agreement on future ties.
The EU would prefer the US drops tariffs imposed on the bloc's exports last year rather than immediately slap the US with tariffs, a top EU official said following the ruling.
A look back at the key issues taking centre stage in Brussels this week.
Portugal's Justice Minister Francisca Van Dunem hits back after academics criticised the European Council over the rule of law.
With a forward-thinking digital trade strategy, the EU could make a huge impact globally on privacy, COVID-19 recovery efforts and much more.
The funds would help the Western Balkans catch up economically with the rest of Europe.
"The EU is — and will remain — Ukraine's biggest and most reliable partner," European Council president Charles Michel said after talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Brussels.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents a unique challenge but also a major opportunity to highlight how refugee-led organisations are best placed to act both in emergencies and on long-term integration strategies.
Post-communist Albania's elections have always been contested and marred by irregularities, including alleged vote-buying and manipulation of ballot counts.
The British Prime Minister made the statement a day after agreeing with the EU to intensify talks to reach an agreement.
In an open letter to the European Parliament, law professors express their concern about the way recent appointments to the EPPO were carried out by the European Council.
The issue of the rule of law has become a central issue in the European Union over the last decade. Up until recently, the spotlight was mainly on concerns over Hungary and Poland. But now the European Commission has decided to widen its horizons.
Will a meeting between UK PM Boris Johnson and EU chief Ursula Von der Leyen on Saturday help break the deadlock?
It comes hours after Brussels slapped 40 Belarusian officials with sanctions over the falsification of the August 9 presidential election and the crackdown on peaceful protesters