Austrian conservative leader Sebastian Kurz said on Monday he plans to hold formal coalition talks with the Greens, but warned that a deal bringing the left-wing party into government for the first time was uncertain and would require unusual creativity.
The European Parliament wants consumers to be more aware of the nutritional quality of food and are introducing the nutriscore. This color tool is meant to help consumers when grocery shopping. Green MEPs and civil society groups want to make this label mandatory throughout the EU.
The pact, which does not include the largest opposition party, Labour, is expected to hold for some 60 of the 650 seats up for grabs in the House of Commons.
According to an EU executive, Britain has finally sent the EU its proposal for Brexit. Now it remains a waiting game as October 31 quickly approaches.
Green policies will be short-lived if proposals fail to recouple social progress with environmental and economic concerns. New training schemes and welfare protections are the key to achieving long-standing change.
Brussels has a new face beginning July 1st: Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne. Rinne said the first two words in the country's plan for the next six months are "climate change."
An otherwise conservative region in Germany has seen a surge in Green Party voters in the last EU election. In this feature of Insiders, meet the Christians who have thrown their support behind the left-wing party.
The city of Hamburg wants to legalise taking food from garbage bins — sometimes called ‘dumpster diving’ or ‘freecycling’ — in an effort to reduce food waste.
From the meteoric rise of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg, to weeks of school strikes across the continent, climate change is very much on the political agenda.
At-a-glance summary from the 28 EU nations.
Opinion polls suggest the Greens party in Germany will be the big winner in European parliamentary elections, even surpassing the Social Democrats
French PM Édouard Philippe will help the pre-election campaign of Nathalie Loiseau, who heads President Macron's MEPs list, after far-right links in her student days
In the lead up to the European elections, we are covering all of the political groupings. This time it's the turn of the Greens group.
"We know where they are drowning and we are not helping at all. We're even stopping people who want to help and this is something I don't want to see in the European Union," the Green candidate for the EU's top job told Euronews.
Green MEP Ska Keller said she was in favour of legalising cannabis as she kicked-off Euronews' series of interviews with those in the running for the EU’s top job.
"It's the poorer people who suffer most from climate changes and its the poorer people who actually have much less CO2 emissions than richer people," she said.
Watch live: "Climate change now top of agenda where it belongs," says Green MEP Ska Keller
What can be done to tackle air pollution in Europe and is a surge in support for green parties signalling a shift among voters?
The German Chancellor announced she would step down in 2021 following disappointing results for her CDU party in the Hesse state election.
Merkel's CDU, SPD bleed support in regional vote