German Chancellor Angela Merkel accepted the Carlos V European Award from Spanish King Felipe VI at a ceremony in Spain Thursday.
The Philippines national disaster agency said on Thursday that at least 30 people died in recent days due to the severe Tropical Storm Kompasu.
The target for the number of arrivals and tourist nights was met and even exceeded in the period but the rise had slowed down in 2019 even before the Covid-19 pandemic.
Motorists thinking about making the move to electric face a lot of uncertainty, from range anxiety to running costs and changes to their daily routines.
Consumers’ craving for ever-increasing sustainable products is leaving its mark on the textile industry, creating a shift toward a ‘greener’ manufacturing process that requires new ways to assess its impact on the environment.
The climate agenda should not become a tool for promoting the economic and political interests of individual countries, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday.
More than 100 countries including Ireland have adopted the Kunming Declaration which calls for “urgent and integrated action” in tackling the world’s biodiversity crisis.
The authors of the piece base their assessment on a draft government report seen by EURACTIV, which projects that without further action, Germany will reduce emissions by just 49% instead of the 65% it is legally obliged to.
Russian President Vladimir Putin did not rule out that when the global oil production market reaches the pre-crisis level, the OPEC+ could continue working on the “green” agenda.
In the circular economy plan, the European Commission laid out plans for a comprehensive EU strategy for textiles.