Wikipedia talk:WikiProject European Union
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Addition of roll call vote data for MEP templatesEdit
I would like to add data on participation in roll call voting data to the templates for MEPs biography pages. The data can be found on the European Parliament's website. I would envisage a script that dynamically updates this data. Please contact me if you have any further thoughts on this.
New template: needs workEdit
News media specialized on the EUEdit
I'm mainly active on frwiki, and the EU project doesn't seem to be very lively, so I'm trying my luck here. Does anyone here know of any media (as in news media, not journals or scientific publications) specialized on EU news? National (MS) newspapers are okay, but can't/won't cover every aspect of EU news, and I'm looking for a rather specific theme (Swiss-EU negotiations on a framework agreement).
Article on EU Battery Directive is Out of DateEdit
Hi! I was looking up some information on the EU Battery Directive and found the Wikipedia article. The article lists the latest directive as 2006/66/EC, but upon further research, there have been updates since. The latest directive is 2013/56/EC. The updates did away with some exemptions for Cadmium and Mercury. <https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/ALL/?uri=celex%3A32013L0056> I don't have the bandwidth to add a whole new section and update the article, but I wanted to make sure that someone was aware that the page needed to be updated. Thanks a bunch!18.104.22.168 (talk) 18:51, 20 August 2021 (UTC)
100 graphs from the largest survey of the public's attitude to what actions should be taken on climate changeEdit
I'm very pleased to say the EU's European Investment Bank (the largest not for profit bank in the world) has released its first batch of content under an open license. To the best of my knowledge this is only the second EU body to make content available under an open license, after the Commission.
They're released around 100 amazing graphs from the largest survey of the public's attitude to what actions should be taken on climate change (+some photos of their buildings). Broadly it shows widespread support for significant action on climate change.
Please help to encourage them to release more by adding them to articles.