ADVANCED SEARCH


Press Releases, Opinions, Publications, Events and Videos

Filter
  • Show all
  • Biodiversity, Food, Agriculture
  • Climate, Environment, Energy, Transport
  • Economic, Financial and Industrial Affairs
  • Rights & Democracy, Gender LGBTQI, Digital & Culture
  • Social Affairs, Public Health, Consumer Protection
  • Committees
    • Agriculture and Rural Development
    • Animal transport (committee of inquiry)
    • Artificial intelligence in a digital age (Special committee)
    • Beating cancer (Special committee)
    • Budgetary Control
    • Budgets
    • Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs
    • Constitutional Affairs
    • Culture and Education
    • Development
    • Economic and Monetary Affairs
    • Employment and Social Affairs
    • Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
    • Fisheries
    • Foreign Affairs
    • Foreign interference, including disinformation (Special committee)
    • Human Rights
    • Industry, Research and Energy
    • Internal Market and Consumer Protection
    • International Trade
    • Legal Affairs
    • Regional Development
    • Security and Defence
    • Tax matters (subcommittee)
    • Terrorism (Special committee)
    • Transport and Tourism
    • Women's Rights and Gender Equality
  • EFA only
News |

Brussels agenda

Greens/EFA priorities for the week include the EU budget for 2013, dodgy Nuclear stress tests, Nanomaterials, GMO health risks and discussions on the future of Europe.
News |

Strasbourg Flash

Greens/EFA priorities for next week's Strasbourg Plenary include illegal CIA activities, energy saving, limiting pollution from shipping, tackling corporate tax avoidance, Russia and the rule of law, sustainable fisheries and consumption, democratic rollback in Romania...
Video |

Anti-nuclear bus

News |

Anti-Nuclear Bus

Green and Anti-Nuclear activists from the Baltic coast met with Greens/EFA Co-President and longtime nuclear campainger Rebecca Harms, and Green MEP and energy expert Claude Turmes today in the European Parliament. The bus had most recently travelled from Berlin and ther was a very valuabel exchange of views and ideas between the parti…
News |

Strasbourg Flash

Greens/EFA priorities for next week's Strasbourg Plenary include promoting rail through better EU rules, animal welfare and EU action, sealing ACTA's fate, the subversion of Schengen, the Syrian crisis and the EU response, illegal fishing and international flagging rules,...
Press release |

Nuclear - Japan

Commenting on the decision by Japanese prime minister Yoshihiko Noda to restart two nuclear reactors at the Oi power plant in Fukui prefecture, Greens/EFA co-president Rebecca Harms said: "Today's decision shows the Japanese government has failed to learn the lessons from Fukushima. The decisio...
News |

Strasbourg Flash

Greens/EFA priorities for next week's Strasbourg Plenary include border controls and preserving Schengen, preferential trade for poor countries, Eurozone economic governance, regulating the global arms trade, illegal Israeli settlements, own resources and the EU budget, safer baby food through EU rules, fixing EU fisheries, Energy saving …
News |

Strasbourg Flash

Greens/EFA priorities for next week's Strasbourg Plenary include shifting the focus from austerity in the Euro crisis, bluefin tuna on the brink, balancing trade with China, rights and democracy in Ukraine, taxing financial transactionsequal pay for equal work, resource efficiency,...
News |

Greens/EFA Round-up

Priorities of the Greens/EFA Group for the April 2012 plenary session included the situation in Syria, the common corporate tax base, the taxation of energy products, the EU-US PNR agreement, the financing of ITER, the report on women and climate change...
Press release |

ITER nuclear fusion funding

The European Parliament today voted in favour of a deal, giving the go-ahead for the release of the first tranche of additional funding for budget of ITER nuclear fusion project, totalling €650 million for 2012. The Greens have criticised the decision to allocate additional public funds to the ITE...