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#Infographic: Eco-innovation in a nutshell

#Infographic: Eco-innovation in a nutshell

Launched in 2008, the "Eco-innovation" initiative is part of the EU's Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (EIP), set up to support innovation among SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) and to improve their …

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COPERNICUS will ensure regular observation and monitoring of the atmosphere, oceans, and continental surfaces

The European Space programme

More than ever our future depends on the implementation of the effective environmental policies that would provide reliable data

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'Made in EU' – How a 'Buy European' campaign can create Growth and Jobs!

'Made in EU' – How a 'Buy European' campaign can create Growth and Jobs!

Buying European products has many benefits to creating jobs, stimulating growth, saving the environment and protecting consumers.

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Catherine Ashton at her meeting with President Mursi in June, the last before his ousting

Egypt: A template for EU foreign policy-making?

Could the relationship between Egypt and the EU serve as a model and a case-study for future EU foreign policy initiatives?

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The EU and the USA are charging into a trade agreement that could be the biggest key to solving our financial troubles, to tackling unemployment and to bringing growth. However, cultural and social differences are creating nearly impassible hurdles, which have stumbled such agreements on many occasions in the past...

How Cultural Differences nearly derailed the "Biggest trade agreement ever"

There is significant momentum for EU-US unity, but cultural and social differences are creating the same problems which Europe itself is experiencing.

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How much do you know about the EU?

How much do you know about the EU?

One of the most common arguments of the Euro-skeptics is that the EU is a corrupt and undemocratic block

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What do you think about EU minimum wage?

What do you think about EU minimum wage?

The differences between countries forming the EU, regarding the avarage salaries, are huge. One one side we have the rich North, and on the other side we have the South-East, …

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“The weight we need” – A revival of a common EU defence policy?

“The weight we need” – A revival of a common EU defence policy?

What will the future of European Defence look like?

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Croatian architecture, sculpture, poetry and many other arts have spread across Europe.

Croatia: A Cradle of the European Culture

Croatia has made many great contributions to the European Culture over the past two millenniums.

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A Balkan expansion: Which are the next countries to join the EU?

A Balkan expansion: Which are the next countries to join the EU?

The EU has just been expanded with a new member, Croatia. Should we consider the further Balkan enlargement feasible?

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Tax-Havens - Europe's Hell?

Tax-Havens - Europe's Hell?

Despite Europe being the second smallest continent in the world, it is to be blamed for more than half of the tax havens on it.

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Next year the Euro will also be accepted in Riga

The new Eurozone star: Latvia

Latvia has slowly but surely recovered from economic drowning and secured a place in the Eurozone.

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Do the EU and Eurozone expansions bring hope and stability to the block?

Do the EU and Eurozone expansions bring hope and stability to the block?

It seems that despite the economic crisis that brought much doubt about the block's credibility, there are plenty of countries that still want to join

Christos Mouzeviris on

Cartagena, Colombia - Soon freely exchanging goods with the EU?

The EU-Colombia FTA: A controversial agreement

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the EU and Colombia was the result of a long and exhaustive negotiation process that started in 2010

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Spying is not an acceptable practice between "partners"

The magazine "Der Spiegel" featured an article claiming that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) bugged offices and spied on EU internal computers

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Croatia: Now officially a member of the EU

Debate with us: Croatia and the EU

In order to assess the possible benefits and dangers of Croatia's accession to the EU, we have launched a new Debate on Croatia in the EU

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Sea view on Rovinj, now part of the EU

Welcome Croatia!

OneEurope welcomes Croatia by offering an overview of the facts and consequences of the accession of Croatia

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Can you spot the change?

Croatia and the EU: The Challenges

This image will be outdated tomorrow. But is Croatia's accession into the EU a great opportunity, or a great challenge? Or perhaps both?

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Croatia will become part of the EU on the 1st of July

Croatia and EU enlargement

On July 1st, 2013, Croatia will become the 28th member state to accede to the European Union.

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Late Payment: A big problem to SME's

What can be done to help financing small companies in the EU?

Remarks on the new EU Commission “Late payment” campaign

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Warsaw: Adopting the Euro soon?

Should Poland Join The Eurozone?

Poland seems to be aware that to uphold its growing position in the EU it will soon have to adopt the euro as a currency

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Do internships and work placements help the un-employed, or are they just a way to secure free labour, and trim budgets?

Workplace Training

The "Workplace Training Programme" was conceived in 2010, as part of the guidelines of the European Union.

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The partition of Cyprus

The partition of Cyprus

The ongoing unresolved issue haunting the affairs of the European integration...Will there ever be a reconciliation between the island's two communities? Does Turkey's potential joining the EU play a role…

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Europe Meets Russia Forum

Europe Meets Russia Forum

For those keen to improve their understanding of the relationship between Russia and the EU, the EMR is hosting a weeklong seminar!

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Home, sweet home!

Home, sweet home!

Many things connect us with our American friends, like democracy, freedom or human rights policies. But at the same time we can see different cultural aspects that separate us in …

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What is the outlook for the Celtic Tiger's young generation?

Failing Faith in the European Union

Europeans do not only distrust their own governments, but they are also inherently skeptical of the European Union itself, the Eurobarometer shows

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How to deal with ethics and transparency in the EU

How to deal with ethics and transparency in the EU

In the context of financial crisis, the stakes of lobbying are higher than ever, so the decision making needs safeguards to ensure transparency and integrity

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One Europe, One Culture: "United in diversity"

One Europe, One Culture: "United in diversity"

The foundations of the modern European culture and its values, such as democracy and human rights, were laid by the ancient Greeks and followed by the Romans.

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What does Europe's Day mean to the citizens?

What does Europe's Day mean to the citizens?

It is the 9th of May, Europe’s Day. Excuse me, does Europe have a special day in our calendar and what does it stand for?

Christos Mouzeviris on

Is EU's Carbon pricing scheme failing?

Is EU's Carbon pricing scheme failing?

Since is introduction, the EU Emission Trading Scheme has struggled to regulate emissions

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