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Caroline Roose

Function Member
Phone Brussels+32 2 28 45786
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Brussels
European Parliament
Bât. Altiero Spinelli
08G318
60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel

Strasbourg
European Parliament
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M02053
1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman
CS 91024
F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Party AEI
CountryFrance
Greens / EFA Group Member
Committees Regional Development (Member)
Development (Substitute Member)
Fisheries (Member)
Committee of inquiry on animal transport (Member)
Delegations Palestine (Substitute Member)
Euro-Mediterranean (Member)
ACP-EU (Member)
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Relevant Articles

Pigs in a field / CC0 Pascal Debrunner
Pigs in a field / CC0 Pascal Debrunner
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Victory for animal welfare – MEPs vote for inquiry committee on animal transport

Quote from Tilly Metz MEP

Today (Friday 19 June), after long-standing calls from the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament, MEPs have just voted in favour of setting up a committee of inquiry into animal transport.

Picture of fishing nets
© seastones.jpg
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The fisheries sector and the Coronavirus pandemic

Solving the crisis, thinking about tomorrow's fisheries

The crisis linked to the Coronavirus epidemic has had a major impact on the European fisheries sector. It has been marked by containment measures that have prevented some fishers from carrying out their activity, but even more by a crisis in demand. Greens/EFA MEPs are defending measures which must ensure both the good state of the marine environment and the sustainability of fisheries

Emily O'Reilly
Emily O'Reilly ©european ombudsman
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Parliament votes for Emily O'Reilly to continue work in holding EU institutions to account

European Ombudsman

The European Parliament has voted to elect Emily O'Reilly to continue in her current role as European Ombudsman, an independent role that is designed to hold EU institutions and bodies to account, as well as promoting good administration. O'Reilly won in the third round of votes. There were five candidates in the first round.

stormy sea
© srikanta
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Greens/EFA call for urgent action on oceans & extreme sea-levels

IPCC Special Report on Oceans

The dramatic melting of ice and rising sea levels must be an urgent warning that we cannot wait any longer for real action on climate change. The EU can't afford to come away empty-handed from the UN Climate Change Conference in Chile this December and in Glasgow next year after the poor showing of this week's summit in New York.