Each year, big corporations dodge between €50 - €70 billion in the EU. But there's a solution! This week, EU governments can take the decision to demand real tax transparency and make multinationals publish data on where they generate their profits and where they pay tax.
The European Parliament is in session in Strasbourg from Monday 13th to Thursday 16th February. We take a look at the main issues coming up, including the vote on CETA and the revision of the Emission Trading System.
We need to honour our word and stick to the commitments of the Paris' agreement: hold the global temperature increase well below 2 degrees and do our utmost to limit it to 1.5 degrees. We are calling on the European Commission and EU Governments to revise their pledges to ensure millions of people are not displaced all over the world due to climate change.
Greens/EFA MEPs, politicians, citizens, civil society, local and public representatives from the EU and Canada united against the controversial CETA deal by holding a counter-summit in the European Parliament.