The global economy consumes much more resources than it is able to replenish or reuse. The issue of decoupling economic growth from the consumption of resources is becoming a key element of the development policies in many countries.
Central banks and the regulators are increasingly recognizing the potential financial effects of climate change and are engaging in researches into their impact on financial stability.
Digital economy could add EUR42bn to Romania’s GDP by 2025
Slovakia: Logistics sector suffers from the lack of employees
Ukraine with EUR3.3bn macro financial assistance from EU
Bulgarians: Corruption increases in our country
Poland: can COP24 be a success?
CSE households spent the most in the EU on food
Latvia: freight transportation up 8.6 per cent in 9 months
Czech CEZ wants to sell its Bulgarian assets to India Power
Latvia uses more natural gas
Slovakia: the number of foreign employees up
The costs of waste collection are rapidly increasing in dozens of Polish cities and municipalities as a result of the European Union's policy and the reform of the waste management system adopted in 2013.
According to the estimates of the World Health Organization (WHO), 9 out of 10 people around the world breathe polluted air. City dwellers started suing the authorities for the lack of effective policies to tackle smog.
Industrial production in Romania up 4.6 per cent
Hungarian President to participate in the Global Climate Action Summit