The Dieselgate scandal that started in the United States has just moved to Europe. For the first time in history, the European Court of Justice is hearing arguments for a court case filed by cities as “concerned persons”, whereby cities

2018 is looking to a be a big year for sustainability in the European Commission. The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will come to the fore of political debate in Europe as the Commission presents its implementation strategy, under pressure

What happened to the Energy Union? One of the major topics that the European Parliament is dealing with is the Energy Union. It seems strange that the issue is still on the table, given the very idea of creating the European

In 2016 the European Union launched an ambitious new initiative: the External Investment Plan (EIP) and its new European Fund for Sustainable Development (EFSD). The EIP and the EFSD will support smart and sustainable investments in our partner countries, starting

What is Wrong with the European Union? On 25 March 2017, we will know whether Europe – as a “project” for an increased “union” – plans to go forward, fade away or split up. That is the date of the much-awaited European

The world woke in surprise on the morning of Friday June 24. The Brexit referendum proposed by ex-Prime Minister David Cameron resulted in Britain voting to leave the European Union. This will have its own set of implications, both for Britain

...and a modest proposal to fix it. The first lesson from Brexit, the UK vote to leave the European Union, should have been this: that a referendum is a bad idea, it weakens democracy and leads to potentially hugely damaging political

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