Leaders in Congress finally began cross-party talks Thursday on a possible $1.4 trillion accord that would keep the federal government open through the fall.
The world will owe the mining industry a debt of thanks if it succeeds in helping to deliver global climate change goals, a leading Saudi minister has claimed.
Participatory budgeting (PB) – the shared decision between city leaders and inhabitants on spending a part of the municipal budget – is becoming an increasingly popular democratic tool in Europe.
This was previously highlighted as a potential stumbling block for CoFoE as many citizens’ proposals would require changes to treaties, something the EU institutions have been opposed to.
Art reminds us that survival after apocalypse is insufficient.
Customer demand for low-carbon products is one of the key challenges facing the chemical industry.
The killing of primary school teacher Ashling Murphy in Co Offaly on Wednesday has prompted a wide discussion online about women’s safety.
Women’s Aid, a national organisation working to prevent and address the impact of domestic violence and abuse, has kept a record of the violent deaths of women in Ireland since 1996.
Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca met on Thursday with Azomures SA CEO Harri Kiiski, the discussions being focused on identifying solutions to maintain the production of competitive fertilizers in Romania.
Yannick Jadot, the Green party candidate in the French presidential elections, has put Europe at the core of his presidential project.