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Climate change: MEPs discuss roadmap to Paris conference

Plenary Session Environment28-01-2015 - 20:16
The logo of the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference, the Cop 21 summit in Paris, on January 14, 2015. ©BELGA/AFP/J.Demarthon  

The roadmap to the 21st UN climate conference, in Paris (France) in December, was debated by MEPs, the Latvian Presidency and Commissioner Arias Cañete on Wednesday. The conference of parties (COP21) to the UN Convention on Climate Change aims to deliver a worldwide climate agreement to replace the Kyoto Protocol. (Read more: Climate change: MEPs discuss roadmap to Paris conference )

 
 

Juncker plan welcomed by most political groups

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs28-01-2015 - 19:33
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The Commission vice-president for growth and investment, Jyrki Katainen, called on Parliament on Wednesday to do its utmost to ensure the Juncker plan for strategic investment would be up and running by June. He stressed the importance of the plan's three pillars: the fund itself, the project pipeline and the completion of the internal market. (Read more: Juncker plan welcomed by most political groups )

 
 

MEPs give their views on measures to tackle terrorism

Plenary Session Justice and home affairs28-01-2015 - 16:56
MEPs give their views on measures to tackle terrorism during a debate with Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos today in the EP hemicycle  

Anti-terrorism measures, including the EU Passenger Name Record (PNR) proposal, the role of EU police agency Europol, improving information exchange, preventing radicalisation and the upcoming European Agenda on Security, were addressed in a debate with home affairs Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos on Wednesday. A resolution is to be put to a vote at the 9-12 February plenary session, ahead of the 12 February European Council dedicated to anti-terrorism measures. (Read more: MEPs give their views on measures to tackle terrorism )

 
 

Live: plenary debate on roadmap for Paris climate agreement

Plenary Session Environment28-01-2015 - 15:13
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MEPs discuss the roadmap towards a new international climate agreement with Council and Commission representatives today Wednesday. Member states need to negotiate a new agreement as the Kyoto Protocol runs out in 2020. During the UN climate talks in Lima before Christmas NGOs, experts and politicians started preparations on a new agreement to be finalised in Paris this coming December. Follow the debate and check out our infographic to find out more about the effect of greenhouse gases. (Read more: Live: plenary debate on roadmap for Paris climate agreement )

 
 

Live: members to debate new EU-wide anti-terrorism measures

Plenary Session Justice and home affairs28-01-2015 - 13:31
A passport been scanned at an airport border control ©BELGA_ZUMAPRESS  

The recent attacks in Paris have led member states and EU institutions to re-evaluate their security policy and propose new initiatives to step up the fight against terrorism. This afternoon in plenary MEPs and home affairs commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos debate anti-terrorism measures; including tackling radicalisation, the supply of illegal firearms, the European Agenda on Security for 2015-2020, and EU Passenger Name Record proposals. Follow the debate live on this website from 15.00 CET. (Read more: Live: members to debate new EU-wide anti-terrorism measures )

 
 
 
Plenary agenda
 
28-01-2015 -
15:00 - 20:00
Debates
 
 
Resumption of session and order of business
 
Anti-terrorism measures
 
European fund for strategic investments
 
Roadmap towards a new international climate agreement in Paris
 
One-minute speeches (Rule 163)