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The EU digital decade: A new set of digital targets for 2030

Given its importance for European Union (EU) competitiveness, the European Commission is speeding up the digital transformation by co-financing … The EU digital decade: A new set of digital targets for 2030

To stop climate change with organic production: 2021-2027 EU action plan

Now we know that the misuse of agricultural land and water for food production is equally responsible for theclimate change and the destruction of biodiversity. If no remedies are put in place now, when the population reaches 11 billion it will be a real catastrophe. The EU has already indicated the solutions to be adopted

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The EU timidly opens to Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs): funds based on blockchain

It is a new form of raising capital. China and South Korea have already banned it, for investor protection. Switzerland and Singapore do not ban it and EU and U.S. have already issued warning notices. However, they plan to regulate it. (select a language version of this article on eEuropa.blog website) To set up an

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Biden the true leader of the EU

  Joe Biden’s visit to Europe, where he met the other 6 countries of G7 and the other 25 NATO countries, served to make it clear that the United States wants to go back to deal the cards again. Both military and economic ones. And in just one day, everyone agreed. Trump gave the impression

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Europe challenges Elon Musk’s SpaceX

  The deadline for submitting applications to the Contest organized by the European Innovation Council (EIC) the EU scientific council for the promotion of innovation, has closed on 31 May 2021. The winner, who can also be a group of participants, will receive €10 million. The ceremony will take place between November and December 2021. The aim of

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Green light from 27 to use EU recovery funds

Yesterday, the EU Council announced it has received formal notifications about the approval of the own resources decision from all 27 member states. National ratifications being completed, the EU can now start making available funds under the Recovery and Resilience Facility. With a financial envelope of €672.5 billion, the facility is the central part of

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US energy infrastructure under attack. What next?

The cyber attack on US energy infrastructure nearly paralyzed the east coast for five days. The main US pipeline reportedly paid the DarkSide cybercriminal gang nearly $ 5 million (£ 3.6 million) in ransom, following a cyber attack. Is the EU ready to protect its member countries?   The Pelham (Alabama) Colonial Pipeline has suffered

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The New ERASMUS+ is coming…

This week the European Parliament will confirm the agreement with Council on two important european initiatives. Two flags that have characterised Europe that everyone has known and touched: Erasmus and the support to film production/distribution and Culture. Near €29 billion for the next seven years. Here are some insights on the main decisions that will

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