'No option' but to confront climate change
Climate change commissioner Connie Hedegaard says the challenge of global warming is closely linked to the economy – and green growth is the solution
Film prize is 'tool for building European identity'
The European Parliament's annual LUX film prize recognises that the EU is not only about institutions, legislation and economics, writes Doris Pack
The future for Europe's energy infrastructure
Where business falls short, the EU will pick up the slack by investing in new energy projects and infrastructure networks - writes European commissioner Günther H. Oettinger
CFP reform - 'more fish, more wealth and more jobs'?
If Europe's Common Fisheries Policy is radically reformed, there is a brighter future ahead - writes Lord Carter of Coles
Who pays for Europe's meat consumption?
We are deluding ourselves that we can feed the world if we increase our production here in the European Union – writes Martin Häusling MEP
CAP reform - a farmer's view
Some proposals labelled as 'Stalinist' will increase carbon emissions and hit industry hard - argues farmer and UK Independence Party MEP Stuart Agnew
Britain divided as Europe debate rears its head again
The European Union is once again at the forefront of political debate in Britain as David Cameron promises to repatriate powers amid calls for a referendum, writes Daniel Mason
Arab spring cannot succeed without religious diversity
Violence against Coptic Christians, in Egypt, must be stamped out if a new democratic state it to emerge successfully – writes Joseph Daul MEP
EU procurement and Bombardier - the debate continues
European procurement laws and PFI have left the British train-making industry in dire straits - writes Steve Coltman
Can Europe remain a top tourist destination?
Europe is currently a prime tourist destination but bad bureaucracy and unclear taxation means it is not reaching its potential, writes Nick Greenfield
EU journalism prize created propaganda - UKIP
The European Parliament Journalism competition – with its €5,000 prizes – has been scrapped and not before time, argues Godfrey Bloom MEP
Can Britain realistically 'repatriate' powers from the EU?
Public support is growing for the UK to leave the EU, but any exit strategy will have to overcome a number of obstacles - writes Geoffrey Van Orden MEP
Professor Noam Chomsky - in interview
World-renowned polymath Professor Noam Chomsky speaks to PublicServiceEurope.com editor Dean Carroll in the first of two interviews on international affairs
EU must adopt zero-tolerance approach to tar sands
Tar sands lead to landscape scars, large amounts of energy and water being used and masses of toxic waste – according to Satu Hassi MEP
EU Maternity Leave Directive not right for women
Enforcing 20 weeks of full-paid maternity leave and breastfeeding breaks of three hours a day is 'totally unrealistic' - insists Marina Yannakoudakis MEP