Saving energy is key to fighting climate change and reducing the EU's energy dependency. Find out what MEPs are doing to reduce consumption.
Energy is the biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the EU. Find out how the EU wants to increase renewable energy and decarbonise the sector.
Following the atrocities carried out by Vladimir Putin’s regime against Ukrainian civilians, MEPs have recognised Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.
EU governments should support those most affected by rising prices and carry on with reforms, MEPs Luděk Niedermayer and Dragoș Pîslaru said in an interview.
With the 2022 FIFA World Cup having kicked off in Qatar, Parliament deplores the deaths of thousands of migrant workers ahead of the tournament.
The European Parliament has given its final approval to rules on improving the protection of the EU’s essential infrastructure.
By July 2026, all big publicly listed companies in the EU will have to take measures to increase women’s presence at their helm.
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To help the EU reach its ambitious emissions reduction targets in the fight against climate change, Parliament is working to accelerate greener alternatives such as renewable energy.
Find out what the benefits of hydrogen energy are and how the EU wants to make the most of it to support the green transition.
From heating to transport, energy is essential to everyday life, but also a major source of emissions. Read about EU solutions to decarbonise the sector.
Check out our timeline for an overview of how the EU and the European Parliament have supported Ukraine since the start of Russia’s invasion on 24 February.
The European Parliament counts 705 members. Read on to find out in which of the seven political groups your MEP sits.
Parliament backed new sources of revenue for the EU amid the current crises in an attempt to make the budget fit for future challenges.
The EU’s budget for 2023 should aim to deal with the many crises facing Europe, says lead MEP Nicolae Ştefănuță.
From stolen data to blocked hospital systems: cyberattacks can have perilous consequences. Learn more about cybersecurity and its importance.
Find out how the EU and the European Parliament fight to protect women's rights and to improve gender equality at work, in politics and other areas.
The European Parliament is marking 70 years of democracy in action - from its first assembly in 1952 to being stronger than ever during challenging times today.
The EU can resort to a slew of measures to protect itself against unfair trade practices, from appealing to the WTO to full-out trade war.