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James Kenneth Galbraith and Aurore Lalucq on the Green New Deal

James Kenneth Galbraith and Aurore Lalucq on the Green New Deal On 26 September, the S&D organised a workshop in the European Parliament to discuss

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S&D delegation in New York for the 2019 Climate Action, Sustainable Development Goals Summits

Our MEPs are in New York for # UNGA and they bring with them our call for climate action and to speed up implementation of SDGs. S&D delegation in New

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Iratxe Garcia on the Amazon Fires

Iratxe Garcia on the Amazon Fires

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PEST committee statements

Check out the statements of our MEPS on the PEST COMMITTEE

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Kathleen Van Brempt on Plastic Waste!

This whale is only one among the other 1.5 million marine animals that die every year because of plastic waste. If we do not act now, by 2050 there

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Our call for Clean Transport!

The S&D is working on a vision of clean transports that would contribute to a better, more sustainable and healthier environment while guaranteeing

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Bullmann and Timmermans on kick off our EU election | #EP2019

Bullmann and Timmermans on kick off our EU election | #EP2019 . We're ready for #EP2019 with Frans Timmermans as our Spitzenkandidat!

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Stop Unfair Practices in the Food Supply Chain

S&Ds: It’s now or never - both consumers and farmers need us to get on with completing an EU law to stop unfair trading practices in the food supply

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Global Progressive Forum - Focus on People

Global Progressive Forum - Focus on People Find out more : www.globalprogressiveforum.org

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Dieselgate: S&D Group pushes forward strong EU legislation.

Dieselgate: S&D Group pushes forward strong EU legislation. In response to the Dieselgate scandal, which had revealed serious loopholes in the system