Landmark Public Affairs is seeking a highly qualified and talented individual, with relevant post graduate qualifications and previous experience in one of the EU institutions, to join our public affairs team in Brussels for a six-month paid internship. Landmark is a dynamic public affairs consultancy with a diverse client portfolio including blue-chip FMCG corporations and […]
On 14 July 2021, the European Commission unveiled its plan to meet 55% emission reduction by 2030, as the first step towards carbon neutrality by 2050. This entails the revision of its climate, energy, and transport-related legislation under the so-called “Fit for 55” package. A dozen updated EU laws will change the way we move, […]
Published in November 2021, the EU Soil Strategy provides a clear vision for soil protection and restoration. Now the EU is embarking on a new journey: implementing it. The new EU Soil Strategy for 2030 is a key deliverable of the EU Biodiversity Strategy and offers an overarching policy framework and concrete measures for protecting, […]
The inconclusive German election results and the flexible coalition-building framework in Germany mean there can be no meaningful assessment of implications for EU policies and legislation at this stage. That will only follow a coalition agreement, for which there is no time limit. It is not certain that the centre-left SPD will assume the Chancellorship […]
The Digital Markets Act (DMA) aims to restrict the anti-competitive behaviour of gatekeeper platforms through a list of Do’s and Don’ts. If you sell products or services through gatekeeper platforms, advertise on them or host apps on their app stores, these new gatekeeper obligations might affect the way big platforms have to do business with […]
The European Commission announced how it plans to make the public consultation process shorter, merging two steps into a single “Call for Evidence.” Our newest graphic explains how the new consultation process is expected to function in practice. View the full graphic of the current arrangements here and head over to our Twitter page for a video […]
Since 2015, EU legislation has been subject to a more extensive and structured consultation process, enabling stakeholders to more easily share their views on legislative proposals with the Commission. Input can be provided at various stages of the legislative process and in various formats, while a single web portal – ‘Have Your Say’ – provides […]
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