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Video. Interview with Romano Prodi, former president of European Commission: Shale gas is very important to Russia. How should the “lazy Europeans” face the German policy?

Video. Interview with Romano Prodi, former president of European Commission: Shale gas is very important to Russia. How should the “lazy Europeans” face the German policy?

Former president of European Commission, Romano Prodi speaks, in an interview offered to caleaeuropeana.ro about the effects of the economic  crisis in Europe, the failure of  the austerity measures and what should Southern Europe do, including Romania, towards Germany’s policy. Full interview offered by Romano Prodi, present at the Astana Economic Forum: Q: How are […]

VIDEO pe CaleaEuropeana.ro: Simularea Soluţionarea problemelor generatoare de tensiuni interstatale: România – Franţa, 20 ianuarie, de la ora 11:00

VIDEO pe CaleaEuropeana.ro: Simularea Soluţionarea problemelor generatoare de tensiuni interstatale: România – Franţa, 20 ianuarie, de la ora 11:00

Policy … making of – ”Politica de azi făcută de generaţia de mâine!”- este un proiect structurat  într-o serie de simulări ale procesului de conturare a politicilor publice la nivel naţional şi internaţional, având ca punct de plecare analiza unor evenimente concrete, cu impact social şi politic. Urmariti aici inregistrarea evenimentului partea 1 partea 2 […]

Global warming: less meat = less heat

Global warming: less meat = less heat

Everyone can fight climate change by not eating meat one day a week, urged Sir Paul McCartney at a European Parliament public hearing on “Global Warming and Food Policy: Less Meat = Less Heat” on Thursday. The panel of global warming and food policy experts, including Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Dr Rajendra K. Pachauri, urged legislators to encourage people to do more individually to fight climate change.

MEPs favour maintaining a strong, reformed, common agricultural policy

MEPs favour maintaining a strong, reformed, common agricultural policy

The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) can benefit all EU citizens, if equipped to face new challenges such as climate change, food security and water management, but it must be maintained and supported to meet new global demands, agreed most Agriculture Committee MEPs on Tuesday, in a workshop on the CAP’s future after 2013.