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[Politics] Despite the fact that Austria’s government, in which the far right is represented, has plans for a tough anti-immigration agenda for its upcoming EU presidency, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said he trusts its “European” credentials.

[Energy transition] After being postponed three times, Germany’s government has appointed the long-awaited commission which is to define a roadmap for the country’s coal phase-out. It will have a double mandate: to protect both the climate and jobs.

[Electric cars] The European Commission’s proposal for new car CO2 limits left many disappointed. But a spate of new governments in Europe – and shifting positions in Berlin – means those who want higher targets and an electric vehicle mandate have everything to play for.


Building partnerships: international development and sustainable business

The European Development Days (EDD) has established itself as a key fixture in the world's development calendar and is now widely considered as the “Davos of Development”. Relations between the EU and developing countries are changing, while the EU plans to revamp its development tools and financial investment instruments in the next seven-year budget, increasing the role of the private sector.

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Spain’s new PM unveils pro-EU government dominated by women [Politics]

Goodbye Juncker plan, hello InvestEU, Europe’s new investment fund [Economy & Jobs]

New Italian minister calls the TAP pipeline ‘pointless’ [Politics]

Netherlands sees an opening for more ambitious car CO2 limits [Electric cars]

Juncker puts hopes in ‘pro-European’ Austrian Presidency [Politics]

Bayer-Monsanto merger creates agrichemical juggernaut [Agrifood]

Germany launches coal commission in a bid to protect climate and jobs [Energy transition]

EU should use due diligence in fisheries import [Food labelling]

Don’t leave women out of EU investment programme, Commission is told [Development Policy]

Straight Outta Strasbourg: MEPs rap battle for the youth vote [Politics]


The role of innovation in Europe’s animal health

In an effort to minimise outbreaks of animal diseases, the European Commission adopted in 2007 the “Prevention is better than cure” approach. The objective was to focus on preventive measures, disease surveillance, controls and research. Since then, several policy initiatives have been put forward, such as the Animal Health Law in 2016, based on the principle that “healthy animals mean healthy people”. How could innovation in animal health lead to sustainable livestock? What is the role of EU farmers in promoting a responsible use of antibiotics in livestock?

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The Brief, powered by Yara – Strasbourg single seat silliness [Politics]

How should we regulate pesticides? Solutions for safe, transparent decision-making [Pesticides]

EU tariffs on US goods to take effect in early July [Economy & Jobs]

Why Europe needs a single market for philanthropy [Economy & Jobs]

Erasmus days bring together young people from Strasbourg to Kampala [Economy & Jobs]

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Secure European networks and data

T-Systems helps to build a digital Europe with reliable communication networks, secure data, and digital trust.

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What is the potential of combination vaccines?

The rise of anti-vaccination campaigns has in recent years had a detrimental effect on EU public health as “forgotten” diseases such as measles re-appeared in Europe, raising eyebrows among policymakers. Multicomponent or combination vaccines cover 4 or 5 diseases at once and can reduce the number of necessary injections. What are their benefits? Can they improve vaccination coverage and the protection of the population?

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