The Greens/EFA in the European Parliament together with the European Green Party express their vision on the future of Europe in a paper issued on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the signature of the Rome treaty
The European Greens believe that the EU's economy needs to work for both people and planet. The circular economy can contribute by creating jobs, protecting the environment and promoting growth in Europe, but like any other paradigm shift, it needs to have citizens' interests at its core.
From 2000 to 2010, global greenhouse gas emissions were the highest in human history. The UNFCCC climate summit in Paris will be a rare and crucial opportunity for the world to move forward and speed up the ongoing transformation to a zero carbon future
Greens/EFA welcome the remarkable outpouring of public support to refugees and migrants. They also welcome the Commission’s new initiatives to quadruple relocation places and the operational support which the Commission will provide to frontline Member States...