The increased use of renewable electricity across the European Union has not only reduced pressures linked to climate change, but also to air and water pollution (particulate matter formation, eutrophication and acidification), according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing published today. More targeted actions can help minimise the negative environmental effects of boosting renewable […]
Novel food is not that new – throughout history we have added new foods to our diets or introduced new ways of preparing food. As this process continues, consumers need to be sure that any novel food coming to their tables is safe.
Hungary has an interest in stronger cooperation between San Marino and the European Union, and can work with the southern European country effectively on the issue of national minorities, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said after talks with Luca Beccari, his San Marino counterpart, in Budapest.
Italy on Sunday reported a fall in both daily infections and new coronavirus-related deaths, as the country continues to battle a resurgence in the pandemic contagion.
The European Commission responded to the European Citizens’ Initiative ‘Minority Safepack – one million signatures for diversity in Europe’, the fifth successful Initiative supported by over 1 million citizens across the EU.
Europe is queuing up for the Chinese vaccine, the secretary of state for information and internationalization of Hungary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Sunday on his Facebook page.
First monthly summary safety report for COVID-19 vaccine Comirnaty.
In Belgium, the population will be vaccinated with the Coronavirus vaccine from Moderna on Monday, after 35,000 people have received the first dose of the vaccine, developed by Pfizer and BioNTech since December 28, local press said on Thursday.
Across France, a night curfew will begin at 6 a.m. Saturday “minimum for two weeks” and border controls will be strengthened by the government with extensive consideration of a larger, more contagious version of the coronavirus than before, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced.
A national rule permitting the confiscation of an instrumentality that was used to commit an aggravated smuggling offence but belongs to a third party acting in good faith is contrary to EU law. Furthermore, the owner of the confiscated property must have an effective remedy against that measure.