How Europe could power the world…

Europe's onshore wind energy potential could meet the power needs of the entire world until 2050, according to new analysis. The report from the University of Sussex and Aarhus University shows that if all...

Shout out to circular pioneers

Countries across Europe are working hard to advance the circular economy. Check out some of the national strategies being implemented to achieve this - and get inspired to become an active participant in the c...

Europe’s research + innovation days

The draft programme for the exciting new European Research & Innovation Days initiative - in Brussels - is online. Taking place over three days this September, it is the 'first annual policy event of the E...

How is the EU transforming cities?

A new booklet showcases 23 EU-funded projects that are injecting sustainable futures into urban environments. "The cities of the future will not just be made of brick or marble: they will actively respond ...

European renewables table

Do you want to know how your European nation is doing when it comes to the share of its energy that comes from renewable sources? Check out all the figures from Eurostat. https://twitter.com/EU_Eurosta...

One for European biotech startups

Europe's leading biotech startups can apply for a new program in The Netherlands designed to help them 'define a clear strategy to success'. Biotech Campus Delft along with primary stakeholder Royal DSM and...

Saw this on Twitter + thought of you

Innovators in Europe with ideas for an app linked to 'economics and finance or climate change' should take part in the EU Datathon initiative. Backed by a number of the continent's leading bodies, it calls ...

Europe grows offshore wind capacity

European offshore wind capacity rose 18% last year, according to new statistics from WindEurope. Germany and the UK generated 85% of the new capacity, during a year which saw 15 offshore wind farms go onlin...

Engage with EU Code Week 2019

Following a hugely successful EU Code Week 2018, which engaged nearly three million citizens across the continent, the goal is to make it even bigger this year. What constitutes employment is being redefine...

Mobilising the European bioeconomy

By Joanna Dupont-Inglis, Secretary General, EuropaBio Over the past couple of years, the European bioeconomy has become a key discussion point for policy makers, scientists and industry alike. The European ...