Climate change agreement: Parliament moves ahead, debate on U.S. withdrawal
U.S. President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change will be discussed on Wednesday. Parliament will vote on legislation implementing its 2030 emissions-reduction targets the same day.

Simplifying energy labels for home appliances to A to G
Household appliances will be labelled with A to G ratings to indicate their energy consumption rather than with A+/A++/A+++.

30 years of Erasmus+ celebrated at the European Parliament in Strasbourg
The European Parliament will celebrate the Erasmus programme, which has helped more than nine million people to study, work, or volunteer abroad over the last 30 years.

Gender gap in pensions of 40% needs to be tackled
Gender inequality in employment and pay need to be tackled better, also to prevent pension gaps, which are nearly 40% in the EU.

MEPs’ priorities for upcoming European Council
MEPs will give their input ahead of the 22-23 June European Council, which will deal with migration, security and defence. The Brexit negotiations will most likely be addressed as well in the debate with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and the Maltese Presidency of the Council on Wednesday at 09.00.

European Capitals of Culture 2020-2033
The list of countries hosting the European Capitals of Culture for 2020-2033 is up for a decision by the Parliament on Tuesday.

Glyphosate: EU Commission questioned
Shaping EU’s post-2020 cohesion policy
Western Balkans: 2016 progress reports
Côte d’Ivoire President Alassane Ouattara to address Parliament
Digital Europe: Sharing economy and the role of online platforms
Instability in Democratic Republic of Congo to be denounced in plenary
More future-oriented investments in neediest EU economies
Change in funding rules for European political parties
Malta’s Prime Minister quizzed on Panama Papers and rule of law
Beefing up the Eurozone
Human rights