Ahead of Italy’s snap election on 25 September, EURACTIV Italy takes a closer look at the programme of Più Europa.
As part of preparation for the UN climate change conference (COP27), Egypt’s Ministry of Environment announced on Sep. 4 a pioneer project to restore coral reefs in the Red Sea that have been damaged by human activity.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida revealed a plan Thursday to make Japan’s tax break system for small-lot investment a permanent program to draw more individual assets into markets.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attends a high-level video dialogue with representatives of the Japanese business community in Beijing, capital of China, on September 22 (XINHUA)
A dozen environmental groups are starting legal challenges against the European Union’s executive branch in a bid to stop the inclusion of natural gas and nuclear power generation in the bloc’s list of sustainable activities.
Workers at plastic recycling plants, including child workers and nearby residents, are being exposed to serious health risks as the Turkish government fails to enforce laws on licensing and inspections.
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The Norwegian police are investigating a number of sightings of unidentified drones in the vicinity of oil and gas platforms on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
More than 90 percent of harmful air pollution in the Middle East and parts of North Africa comes from fossil fuels.
At one time, it was the largest city in the world, thought to be home to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, as well as the legendary Tower of Babel.