Member of the European Parliament for Malta
Dr Miriam Dalli has worked as a rapporteur for the Socialists and Democrats (S&D) on a report about the blue economy as part of the European Commission’s plan to realise the potential of our seas and oceans. Amongst several amendments, she proposed the creation of a European Maritime Agency to coordinate the EU’s blue economy strategy and policy, the promotion of maritime heritage and studies that adequately address developments of aquaculture.
Having always held a particular interest in environment-related matters, Dr Dalli is currently leading the European Parliament’s negotiations on the post 2020 reduction of CO2 emissions from new passenger cars and vans.
A lawyer by profession, Miriam Dalli holds an MBA, and MA in European Studies and a BA (Hons) Communications from the University of Malta, and has been a Member of the European Parliament since 2014.
Currently she is the S&D coordinator for the Environment, Public Health and Food Security Committee.