Alongside 200 allied organisations, CEO has signed on to an open letter to Competition Commissioner Vestager, which raises objections to the planned mergers of six giant agribusiness corporations.
The European Commission is set to entrench the dangerous investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) system, which foreign investors can use to subvert democratic decision-making. CEO opposes this attempt to establish a global super court for corporations.
Desde junio de 2016, el Banco Central europeo (BCE) ha inyectado 67.000 millones de euros en la economía de la eurozona para sufragar la compra de bonos corporativos. Este programa contribuye al sostenimiento de compañías cuya actividad genera enormes emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero en plena crisis climática.
Depuis juin 2016, la Banque Centrale Européenne (BCE) a injecté 67 milliards d’euros dans l’économie de l’Eurozone pour financer l’achat d’obligations d’entreprises - dans la liste de ces entreprises favorisées se trouvent des multinationales issues des industries les plus sales de la planète.
70 civil society organisations call on the European Central Bank to stop subsidising the climate crisis through its corporate bond purchasing scheme, the 'Corporate Sector Purchase Programme'.
Trade unions and environmental organisations are calling on the European Parliament's environmental committee to reject the controversial EU-Canada trade deal CETA, which could undermine EU environmental and public health standards.
CEO joined forces with nine other civil society organisations working for equality, non-discrimination, transparent decision-making and strong ethics rules: in an open letter to the European Parliament we urge MEPs to oppose Oettinger’s appointment as the Comission’s head of human resources.
Over 450 public interest groups from across Europe and Canada today published an open letter urging legislators to vote against the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). They joined forces to defend people and planet against the threats posed by the EU-Canada agreement.
The European Commission's upcoming regulation proposal for acrylamide, a dangerous contaminant formed in many starchy foods when cooked at high temperatures, relies on codes of best practices developed by food industry lobby groups.
An Open Letter to Heads of State and Government of the European Union