With another plenary sitting due later this month, the agenda was fairly quiet this week.
The main bout of legislating came on Wednesday, when MEPs called for tougher emissions targets on carmarkers to apply after 2020.
The European Commission says new vehicles should emit 30% less CO2 by 2030 - but MEPs backed an amendment to up the target to 40%.
They will now take this into what are likely to be tough negotiations with national governments, who must also agree to the new target.
On Tuesday MEPs debated the forthcoming EU summit in Brussels later this month, which has been billed as a "moment of truth" in the Brexit talks.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said the EU side still wanted a deal.
However a number of MEPs criticised UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt's likening of the EU to the Soviet Union, with several calling on him to apologise