Russia is interested in Slovenian NPP
Estonian tech companies to become climate neutral
The value of investments aimed at counteracting global climate change should reach USD1 trillion next year. However, much more is needed in order to prevent a natural and economic catastrophe.
Passenger traffic in cities could be reduced by 3 up to 30 per cent, provided that teleworking becomes more widespread. Remote work was invented 50 years ago in the US in response to the oil prices.
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