For the past 16 years the summertime change has been regulated by the European Union (EU) directive 2000/84/EC, which states the switchover dates are the last weekend of March and the last weekend of October.
But last August, the European Council recommended EU member states stop changing the clocks in spring and autumn and use summertime for the whole year.
Some countries prefer to stay with winter time ( as Germany ) and other prefer summertime ( as Spain ).
Is there a chance that all over Europe different countries have different timezone?
And what time zone do you prefer and why?
Is Democracy 2.0 an inevitable movement that will put control of society in the hands of the society and to decentralize leadership?
And would this in any case be possible?
Will VR be able to allow teachers to take students to historic events and any location to be part of history. Or will it go a lot further and open the door to co-creation?
What are we doing to avoid possible discrimination?
Madrid joins 'Cities for Housing', an international agreement against speculations and affordable housing, but will Madrid really be able to deliver affordable housing for millions?
What projects do you know where Citizens, Cities and Companies collaborate by creating test-beds and connect with other cities and regions throughout Europe to share experiences, identify best-practices but also co-creating throughout the boarders?
The European Commission is committed to gather European citizens', stakeholders' and Member States' views on possible changes to the current summertime arrangements.
They have setup a dedicated survey on this topic and invite European Citizens to give their opinion : https://ec.europa.eu/info/consultations/2018-summertime-arrangements_en
Would you prefer to keep it as it is now with summertime and wintertime?
Or do you prefer to move all the time