What would you like to see in the Guardian’s coverage of Europe?

<span>Photograph: Graeme Robertson/The Guardian</span>
Photograph: Graeme Robertson/The Guardian

The Guardian has launched a new digital Europe edition with an expanded presence across the continent.

The new edition will widen the Guardian’s coverage of European affairs with new reporters and specialists in Europe-wide themes such as the environment, culture, community affairs and sport.

The Guardian’s editor-in-chief Katharine Viner said Guardian Europe would be a site that “showcases original, independent journalism and highlights the issues that matter to them.”

“In today’s globally connected world, we believe there’s a great need, and a demand, for a European lens on world issues.”

Now we’d like to hear from you, our readers in Europe about the pressing issues that you feel we should prioritise.

Whether that’s topics that affect everyone in Europe such as the climate crisis or the rising cost of living or problems that are specific to the country you live in, we’d like you to tell us about what’s important.

And what about hope? Do you want stories that consistently focus on what is going wrong, or would you like to hear about positive changes Europe or countries within Europe are making?