Recommendations of the Committee of Inquiry into Money Laundering, Tax Avoidance and Tax Evasion
The European Parliament has agreed on strong recommendations to fight tax avoidance and money laundering as a response to the Panama Papers scandal!
Now its time for the European Commission and EU Member States to act to make tax justice a reality!
Europe is currently negotiating its future energy policy for the next decade. In the European Parliament the Greens are responsible for the negotiations of its most important parts and are pushing for ensuring that energy comes only from renewable energy sources. Because, there is much more to renewable energy than meets the eye...
One scandal chases another: LuxLeaks, Panama Papers, Paradise Papers... they all show there is a global system of corruption and injustice in place. On 12 December, we have a great opportunity to fight money laundering and tax avoidance. The European Parliament will vote on its Panama Papers report and we need to make this a victory for tax justice!
Our current food and agricultural system isn't sustainable. Increasingly we get locked in a global production model with high social and environmental costs, mainly in the form of a rapid degradation of biodiversity. There is an urgent need to rethink the global food system. Agroecology is the path towards a more sustainable agricultural and food model.
The European Parliament’s foreign affairs and development committees agreed on the shortlist for the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought for 2017. Aura Lolita Chávez Ixcaquic, a Guatemalan environmental and human rights defender from the Maya Quiché people, was nominated by the Greens/EFA group.
Secret science is not science - get the truth out now!
The Monsanto Papers are secret, internal documents that have now been made public thanks to over 10,000 farmers who have taken Monsanto to court, accusing the company's glyphosate weedkillers of causing them to develop a cancer called non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.