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European bridge safety and German bridge monitoring

European bridge maintenance: monitoring safety in Germany

Government Europa speaks to Jürgen Krieger at BASt about the safety of Europe’s bridges, analysing specifically how Germany monitors the safety of its structures. On...

What is the new transparent and predictable working conditions directive?

A new provisional agreement has been reached by the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council, to create more transparent and predictable working...
Time to tighten the rules on the use and sale of dangerous chemicals

Time to tighten the rules on the use and sale of dangerous chemicals

According to the European Parliament, current rules restrict access to a number of dangerous chemicals that could be used to manufacture homemade explosives. Plans to...

Antimicrobials and sustainable practice: why we must bring farmers back into the picture

Dr. Camille Bellet, post-doctoral research associate from the University of Liverpool speaks to GE on antimicrobials and the social and political nature of the...

Winter Interim Economic Forecast: will Europe continue to see growth?

The 2019 Winter Interim Economic Forecast shows growth for the seventh year in a row, with the economy of every Member State expected to...
Time for a better understanding of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing

Time for a better understanding of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing

A tool designed to provide a better understanding of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU) worldwide has been announced. The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized...

Is it time to ReSOLVE the built environment?

Government Europa discusses the ReSOLVE framework and making the built environment circular with Carol Lemmens, director of Arup The situation of the European built environment...

A look at British borders after Brexit

Tony Smith, chairman of the International Border Management and Technologies Association discusses what border control actually means in the UK and the effects of...
New funding framework for Government and public sector launched

New funding framework for Government and public sector launched

A seven-year funding framework has been launched, to allow construction firms the chance to bid for work on government projects over the next seven...

New advice on food and drink labelling released

The UK Government has issued updated guidance on food and drink labelling in the event of a no-deal Brexit. With the date in which the...

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