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  Monthly newsletter n°What’s EUP in 2017?  
    What’s EUp in November 2017?

Ambitious proposals for reviving the European project have been hitting the headlines over the past few weeks. The first that come to mind are of course those presented by the French President (click here to read our overview), and also the famous “State of the Union” speech of the European (...)
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What's EUp in December 2017?
Gigantic summit, discrete revolutions It would have been hard to miss this news story given the loud media attention : just three days ago, the Paris (...)
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blog 21 mars 2019
Spain is reforming its Energy and Climate Policy. A ray of hope?


blog 21 March 2019
Germany creates a climate cabinet


blog 18 March 2019
Grenoble, a laboratory for citizen participation


blog 12 March 2019
Climate change is everyone’s business!


blog 8 mars 2019
Policy brief: Make the EU Greta'gain


blog 7 March 2019
The city of Bottrop is transitioning from a coal and steel city into an innovation hub


blog 28 février 2019
EU elections manifesto


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