Shares rose on Friday as a bout of bargain hunting took over after worries about aggressive monetary policy tightening and slowing global growth.
France’s nuclear power plants are undergoing repairs and extended outages, leading to a 25% decrease in nuclear power plant output this winter, an analysis from Baringa Partners LLP said.
A €21 million project to restore vast areas of blanket bog throughout northwest Ireland has been unveiled with farmers and communities set to play a leading role in their conservation.
Global food security and the impact of Russia’s invasion are high on the agenda of the G7 agriculture ministers meeting on Friday and Saturday (13-14 May).
This week, EURACTIV travelled to the Vendée region of Western France to meet two generations of a farming family who are struggling to make ends meet amid rising costs and a rapidly changing society.
California has proposed spending $5.2 billion on creating a “strategic electricity reliability reserve” that would help the state avoid blackouts when its electric grid is stressed, a 2022-2023 budget revision document showed on Friday according to Bloomberg.
The European Parliament’s environment committee (ENVI) will vote on Monday and Tuesday (16-17 May) on half the texts in the European Commission’s flagship Fit for 55 package aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030.
Fabian Huneke, a gas market expert from the consulting firm Energy Brainpool, favors nationalizing the former subsidiary of Russia’s gas producer, Gazprom Germania GmbH, and its affiliates, including Wingas, amid sanctions imposed by Moscow against Western companies, the DPA news agency reported on Friday.
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More than 130 events will be staged across the country as part of National Biodiversity Week 2022, coinciding with “a crucial year for Irish biodiversity”.