The European Commission is taking action to mitigate Europe’s energy vulnerabilities for the coming winters and proposing measures to ensure reliable energy supplies for future generations.
The EU supports Irish farmers and rural greening and sustainable development through financial support, funding for research and innovation.
The interests of Irish fishermen, fishing communities, the marine environment and consumers of fish products are supported by being part of the EU.
Tackling climate change is one of the European Commission’s top priorities and the European Green Deal is its ambitious plan to transform Europe into the first climate-neutral continent.
EU membership has helped Ireland transition from economic stagnation in the middle of the last century into a nation with a modern economy based on free trade, foreign investment and growth.
Research and innovation (R&I) are key components in securing Ireland’s economic future and are at the heart of the European Commission’s policies.
Creating a Europe fit for the digital age is one of the European Commission's main priorities for 2019-2024.
The UK decision to leave the EU has far-reaching consequences for citizens, businesses, public administrations & stakeholders especially in Ireland.
EU Membership has led to several pieces of important Irish legislation that have improved the lives of Irish women.
The Irish language became a full working language of the EU in 2022.
EU Tax Policy focuses on removing tax obstacles to all cross-border economic activity, eliminating harmful tax competition & combatting tax evasion.
A humane, comprehensive European approach to migration is a priority for the European Commission and for Ireland.