The European Commission is considering sanctions to tackle environmental damage and human rights abuses in Europe’s supply chains, according to Nils Behrndt, acting deputy director-general at the executive’s justice department.
A new delegated act proposed by the European Commission to tackle anti-microbial resistance (AMR) has drawn harsh criticisms from the Green group in the European Parliament.
Imagine if there was a pill you could take that would extend your healthy, active life span by 10 years.
During the past year, cyber security officials working with Telstra and Services Australia helped to take down over 110 malicious COVID-19 themed websites.
Competition, the pandemic and sectoral demand are common challenges facing companies planning initial public offerings (IPOs), but Brazilian companies have started to flag a new risk: political upheaval from far-right President Jair Bolsonaro.
The fragile Cerrado grasslands and the Pantanal wetlands, both under threat from soy and beef exploitation, have been excluded from a European Union draft anti-deforestation law, campaigners have said, and there are many other concerning loopholes.
It is all the more important in the context we are in, the pandemic, the restrictions, the isolation, all these have affected the little ones, and the effects can extend in the medium and long term.
The EU executive also found that Italy’s injection of €1.35 billion into ITA are in line with market conditions, and so do not constitute state aid.
PepTalk, an employee software company co-founded by former Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan, has raised €1.2 million as it looks to expand.
Norway’s centre-left opposition regained power after an unprecedented eight years of right-wing rule in an election dominated by the future of the country’s oil industry and inequality.