A draft report which could have a significant impact on how the European sports sector governs itself in the future is in the final stages of adoption in the European Parliament.
United Nations leaders on Climate Change know that they have a big challenge on their hands.
In the aftermath of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, the only thing that can be said with any certainty is that the country faces a sustained period of uncertainty.
Brexit, in all foreseeable scenarios, will mean a departure from the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) subsidy and regulatory regime – a stark reality for the agriculture sector.
Restricting immigration was a key argument for the Brexiteers in the UK referendum on membership of the EU. The UK Government has repeatedly stated it will restrict immigration from the EU, and this has been met with strict opposition from EU leaders who state that there can be no access to the single market without free movement of labour.
The financial sector looks set to play an increasing role in achieving global climate goals. At last month’s G20 meeting of 05 September in Huangzhou, China, world leaders endorsed an international policy agenda promoting ‘green finance’.
The European Commission has set out a framework for a low-carbon transformation of the Transport sector building on the EU 2030 Climate and Energy objectives. Alongside the “summer package” of proposals to drive Europe’s transition to a low-carbon economy in July 2016, the European Commission published…