Germany aims to have at least 15 million electric cars on the roads by 2030 in its shift towards climate neutrality, up from a previous goal of 14 million.
In the face of rising energy prices, Spain and Poland have called for trading limits to be placed on the world’s largest carbon market, the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).
European shares rose on Thursday as investors bought into defensive sectors such as utilities amid worries about soaring coronavirus cases across the continent.
The centre-left Social Democrats (SPD), the ecologist Greens and the liberal Free Democrats (FDP) presented their three-way agreement for a new government to take over from a coalition led by conservative Angela Merkel on Wednesday.
The Egyptian dream of producing the first local electric car did not go smoothly.
A European Commission proposal to tackle climate-wrecking methane emissions includes a ban on routine flaring and venting as well as penalties for leaking fossil fuel infrastructure but doesn’t contain binding emissions reduction targets.
The economic impact of the Web Summit for Portugal has been considerably less than originally anticipated.
Elevated fire danger for parts of WA, as Bureau of Meteorology tips state to bake through hot summer
Parts of Western Australia’s South West and Gascoyne, including Perth, are being tipped for heightened fire potential this year, as the state is projected to bake through another hot summer.
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Former president Mary Robinson is to be honoured at this year’s EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.