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  Water matters. It is essential to life, the environment and to the economy. Ensuring water availability is, therefore, essential to generating and sustaining social and economic prosperity. Water is at the heart of all policies because it is the most important shared resource. Our sector provides clean, safe and reliable drinking water to our… » read more

  Posted by EurEau

According to new figures published by the European Environment Agency (EEA) last week, average emissions from new vans registered in 2016 were 163.8 grammes of CO2 per kilometre, down 2.7% compared to 2015. Light commercial vehicles, more widely known as ‘vans’, power the European economy. They provide the means for businesses to deliver goods to… » read more

  Posted by Secretary General of the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA)

Depuis 1994, le 3 mai est consacré à la liberté de la presse. C’est l’occasion pour l’organisation Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF) et les institutions de l’Union européenne, au premier chef desquels le Parlement européen, de sensibiliser et de faire le point sur l’état de la liberté de la presse dans le monde. Afin de sensibiliser… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

    There are nine major challenges ahead for Europe’s drinking water and waste water operators. Long term thinking should mix with technological innovation     By Dr Claudia Castell-Exner and Carl-Emil Larsen, EurEau Vice Presidents   Water is the most important shared resource. EurEau is fully committed to the continuous supply of clean water… » read more

  Posted by EurEau

The NATO members got together during a meeting at the headquarters of the organisation in Brussels. This meeting was a good opportunity for the European leaders to meet and talk to Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the Turkish President, to clarify the relations between the European Union, its member states and Turkey. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan took the… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

Investors daily have received news and opinions about different stocks or firms through specialised platforms. These one convey information, which leads different investors to make decisions. These decisions impact the market, which aggregates the information that investors receive and reflects it via the price of the firms or stocks. Given an algorithm for classifying text… » read more

  Posted by SSIX - Social Sentiment Indices powered by X-Scores

Populism on social media: four words that in the current context tend to shake the Brussels bubble to its core. While some directly think about the free space social media provide for and the countless possibilities they offer, others get anxious thinking about ways to regulate these spaces considering the role they play in the… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

The first opinion poll dates from 1936 when Franklin D. Roosevelt was re-elected US President. Following a notional vote by 10 million Americans, a national magazine predicted Roosevelt’s defeat. Gallup took a representative sample and anticipated Roosevelt’s victory with 62% of votes. The conclusion: a small representative sample is worth far more than consulting everybody.… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

Le premier sondage d’opinion date de 1936 pour l’élection du Président Roosevelt. Un magazine national au terme d’un vote fictif de 10 millions d’américains prévoit la défaite de Roosevelt. Gallup établit un échantillon représentatif et anticipe la victoire de Roosevelt qui obtiendra 62% des voix. Conclusion : mieux vaut un petit échantillon représentatif qu’une consultation… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

Llegan a su fin los viejos tiempos en los que era necesario un empleo. Llegan los tiempos de no tener trabajo; y tenemos que estar preparados. El pasado mes de abril, la oficina del censo publicó un estudio que reflejaba una preocupante tendencia: muchos jóvenes, aunque están completamente sanos, no tienen ningún deseo de trabajar.… » read more

  Posted by Uniting Europe

The European Union’s and China’s joint commitment to climate action is tarnished by Chinese support for and the EU’s neglect of coal projects in the Balkans, as a new briefing shows. But it is still not too late to change course. by Pippa Gallop, cross-posted from the Bankwatch blog. As the EU-China summit kicks off… » read more

  Posted by Bankwatch

North Korea is the most hostile country to religious groups and especially Christians in the world today. John Chey (name changed for security reasons) experienced this hostility during his double attempt to escape. His accounts of severe torture and systematic killings of people with faith shed a distressing light on the dictatorship of Kim Jung-Eun.… » read more

  Posted by The Freedom Blog

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