Updated EU copyright rules and a ban on single-use plastics were approved during this week's plenary session. MEPs also voted in favour of boosting consumer rights.
On Wednesday, members backed plans to curb CO2 emissions from cars and vans.
Parliament backed a proposal to scrap seasonal clock changes from 2021 on Tuesday, calling on EU countries to coordinate their decisions on whether to use permanent summertime or wintertime.
On the same day, MEPs approved new rules to boost electricity consumer rights, making it easier to switch supplier, get a smart meter and compare prices.
Consumers buying online or in a local store, or downloading apps and games, will be better protected if a product is faulty as a result of new rules adopted by Parliament on Tuesday.
Workers in the battery industry, smelting plants and other sectors will better protected thanks to stricter limits on cancer-causing substances adopted by MEPs on Wednesday.
On Tuesday members also adopted recommendations to step up the fight against financial crimes and tax evasion, including a proposal for a European financial police force.