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Euro Channel: Who will lead the environmental revolution in a post-Covid world?

2020 has become synonymous with scenes of empty roads, disserted airports and quiet highstreets. Demand for energy fell to its lowest levels since World War Two and carbon emissions tumbled by approximately 6% in 2020 alone. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has predicted a major surge in CO2 emissions from energy this year as the … Continued

Energy and environment

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Charlie Gold

Charlie is an Associate Consultant in the UK Public Affairs team, supporting clients in sectors including Health and Environment.   Prior to joining the Whitehouse team, he worked part-time for a project finance media company, producing editorial and research content. Alongside this, he volunteered as a campaigner for Save the Children UK, where he planned … Continued

Health policy veteran elected to ethics institute board

Health policy veteran, Chris Whitehouse, who founded and leads Whitehouse Communications has been elected (Tuesday 14th September) to serve as a Trustee of the Institute of Medical Ethics. The Institute promotes and supports the study and understanding of medical ethics and its integration into clinical practice through education, research, and publication. Whitehouse says: “I’m truly … Continued

Representatives of the urology sector call for patient needs to be addressed in the upcoming Health and Care Bill

In what was both an insightful and stimulating discussion, Whitehouse Communications and the Urology Trade Association (UTA) hosted a webinar, discussing the key priorities for the urology sector in light of the upcoming reforms to the NHS. Joining the panel was Clare Waymont, Urology Advanced Nurse Practitioner and President of the British Association of Urological Nurses; … Continued

NHS Reform: Priorities for the urology sector

Urology Trade Association NHS Reform: Priorities for the urology sector Tuesday 14th September, 10:00am – Zoom  Whitehouse Communications, on behalf of the Urology Trade Association, is hosting a webinar panel discussion on the priorities for the urology sector within the context of an evolving NHS, to mark Urology Awareness Month. The coronavirus pandemic has placed unprecedented demand on … Continued

Food & Nutrition Newsletter – Do you believe in labels?

August means one thing in Europe – quiet. For one month a year, the streets of Paris, Brussels, and Berlin go silent for the summer holiday period. The European Institutions operate with reduced capacity as thousands of policymakers head to the warm beaches of southern Europe – all equipped with their EU digital COVID certificates, … Continued

Sustainability in sports nutrition: Whitehouse discusses key market and regulatory considerations in leading trade magazine

In an insightful article featured in the August issue of Health Food Business Magazine, a leading trade title for the food industry, Whitehouse explains the benefits for sports nutrition companies focusing on sustainable ingredients and delves into the EU legislation on sustainable food manufacture. Sustainable production combined with innovation is key to increasing market access, … Continued

Breaking a ‘male by default’ health system in the EU and UK

We live in a healthcare system that is mostly designed for men. Although about half the European population is female, knowledge gaps persist on conditions that only affect women, or about those that affect men and women* but differently. The “second sex” has often been left out of scientific studies that informed political choices, and … Continued

Food & Nutrition Newsletter – War on sausages

With summer upon us, EU fonctionnaires are embarking on their yearly procession out of Brussels and into their home Member States – though those from COVID-19 ‘red list’ countries will need to make do with the not-so-exotic Belgian coast. Indeed, the European Parliament has gone into summer recess until 22nd August, while the European Commission … Continued