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Being a doctor is quite a commitment, says MEP working on the ‘front line’

By |april 3rd, 2020|Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, coronavirus, COVID-19, doctors, health crisis, MEP, News, Renew|

Some MEPs are getting personally involved in the fight against the coronavirus. EURACTIV France spoke to one of them, French centrist MEP Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, who is currently on the 'front lines' at a military hospital near Paris.

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France wants EU to win COVID-19 ‘communications battle’

By |marec 26th, 2020|communication, coronavirus, COVID-19, EUCO, eurobonds, European Council, France, News, Solidarity|

European solidarity is being put to the test as some EU member states are not supporting the idea of 'corona bonds' and the EU's approach to communicating with the public about the crisis remains too discreet, according to Paris. EURACTIV France reports.

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France’s budget deficit could skyrocket to 7% of GDP in COVID-19 aftermath

By |marec 20th, 2020|budget deficit, COVID-19, France, GDP, government spending, News|

The French government continues to announce stimulus spending, as well as support measures for companies, employees and the research sector worth billions to mitigate the COVID-19 crisis. Although necessary, those measures could send the country's budg...

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Greenpeace proposes 70% meat consumption reduction by 2030

By |marec 12th, 2020|agriculture, beef, boeuf, CAP, carbon emissions, climat, climate, common agricultural policy, European Commission, Farm to Fork, France, Greenpeace, livestock farming, News|

Three burgers a week: that's the maximum amount of meat Europeans should get used to eating, according to NGO Greenpeace, which has been looking at Europe's eating habits. EURACTIV France reports.

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Jourova: Excluding women from top companies’ boards is economically stupid

By |marec 6th, 2020|ENGIE, equality, European Commission, France, gender issues, gender parity, News, Roman Polanski, Věra Jourová, violence against women|

While the European Commission has just presented its Gender Equality Strategy, European Commission Vice-President for Values and Transparency Věra Jourová insisted in an interview with EURACTIV France that the fight against stereotypes and violence against women must continue.

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Breton wants EU industrial policy to focus less on consumers, more on businesses

By |marec 4th, 2020|carbon neutrality, college of commissioners, European Commision, France, News, Thierry Breton|

The EU's Internal Market Commissioner, Thierry Breton, wants to put businesses back at the heart of the European Commission's industrial strategy, with less emphasis on reducing consumer prices. EURACTIV France reports.

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Sustainable rooftop-fish-farming conquers Brussels city heights

By |februar 28th, 2020|Belgium, BIGH project, Brussels, Building Integrated Greenhouses, circular economy, fish farming, Foodmet, France, News, organic farming, rooftop farming|

Europe's largest urban farm, located on the rooftops of the EU capital, raises fish and grows vegetables while meeting strict circular economy criteria. The founder of BIGH (Building Integrated Greenhouses), Steven Beckers, says his urban farm plans to...

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‘Agri-tech’ spreading like wildfire across French farms

By |februar 24th, 2020|agri-tech, CAP, Digital, European Space Agency, Ferme Digitale, France, Innovation, InVivo, News, OECD, Precision farming, Smag|

Technology can already be found everywhere on French farms, but the so-called "agri-tech" trend wants to push innovation even further. Two hundred fifty of France's start-ups are already specialising in agriculture and working towards developing softwa...

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French agricultural sector wants to change image to convince consumers

By |februar 20th, 2020|agribashing, agriculture, CAP, Common Agicultural Policy, employment, France, generational renewal, News, Pesticides, young farmers|

With this year's Salon International de l'Agriculture taking place in Paris soon, the image of the agricultural sector is at the heart of farmers' concerns, as they are struggling to recruit and complaining about so-called agribashing, a trend of dispa...

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In Paris, organic farming takes over fallow parking lots

By |februar 12th, 2020|#balancetonporc, CAP, endives, European Commission, Farm to Fork, La caverne, News, Paris, parking lots, start-ups, underground, urban redevelopment|

In Paris, as in many European cities, the number of cars is declining, which is leaving a vast amount of underground car parks empty. With its start-up project called "La Caverne", Cycloponics is reclaiming these urban territories using them as a way o...

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