The EU is taking many measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic and its impact. Check out our timeline for a clear picture by theme.
The proposed EU recovery package to tackle the profound economic recession caused by Covid-19 aims to create a sustainable future.
The EU's food sustainability strategy aims to protect the environment and ensure healthy food for everyone, whilst ensuring farmers’ livelihoods.
The EU is preparing massive investments to support people and businesses as Europe battles a deep economic recession due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
One million species are threatened with extinction globally. Find out what the EU is doing to preserve biodiversity.
Find out what the EU is doing to mitigate the impact of the Covid19 outbreak, protect people and the economy and promote solidarity.
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As the world struggles to contain the coronavirus pandemic, the EU is supporting efforts to develop vaccines and effective treatments as soon as possible.
EU countries are relaxing Covid-induced border controls. Parliament wants a coordinated effort to restore a functioning Schengen zone as soon as possible.
Plant and animal species are disappearing at an ever faster rate due to human activity. What are the causes and why does biodiversity matter?
MEPs will hear details of the revised proposal for the EU’s long-term budget and discuss the future of tourism as well as workers’ mobility.
One million out of eight million species globally are threatened with extinction. Find out which and how many species in Europe are endangered or extinct.
The EU's passport-free travel space, known as the Schengen area, is one of the most tangible achievements of European integration. Learn about it in our guide.
Find out how the European Parliament is strengthening the Schengen system and improving border security in Europe.
Tourism is one of the sectors most affected by the Covid-19 outbreak. Read more on how the EU is protecting businesses, workers and passengers.
Parliamentary committees will this week deal wtih the EU’s Covid-19 strategy and support for neighbouring countries.
MEPs called for a €2 trillion recovery package to help overcome the damage caused by the Covid-19 pandemic during the May plenary session.
MEPs called on 15 May for a €2 trillion fund, built into the EU’s next long-term budget, which puts Europeans at the heart of the Covid-19 recovery.
MEPs decided to approve the implementation of the EU's 2018 budget by most of the EU institutions and agencies in a procedure known as discharge.