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Improving the energy efficiency of buildings could cut heating bills as well as greenhouse gas emissions. Watch our video to learn more.
Products sold with the same brand name and packaging must have the same composition in every EU country, according to a new Parliament proposal.
Parlamentarium, Parliament's visitors centre, welcomed its two millionth visitor on 11 July.
The European Parliament is working on new rules to allow parents and carers to better reconcile their work and private lives.
The EU has set out ambitious targets to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. Check out our infographics to find out about the progress it is making.
The ten films competing for this year's Lux Film Prize have been revealed at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Find out what films are included.
Every year 25,000 people die in the EU from infections caused by superbugs. With resistance to antibiotics growing, find out how MEPs plan to fight it.
To highlight the importance and diversity of European culture, the Parliament held a conference on 26 June called “Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future”.
MEPs want a fair, competitive and sustainable EU agricultural policy after 2020. They stress the importance of common rules and a budget with sufficient means.
Parliament adopted a resolution calling for tougher rules to crack down on odometer tampering of used vehicles on 31 May. This fraud is costing consumers and business billions every year.
New rules to protect the data of Europeans online and simplify rules for companies handling personal information apply to the EU from 25 May.
The ecodesign directive aims to make new products more energy efficient. MEPs want to update these rules to make products easier to recycle and repair. Read on to find out why.