The chickens are coming home to roost at present and the irony of all this is that ultimately German and Dutch external surpluses will fall below the allowable EU imbalance threshold of 6 per cent of GDP, not because those nations are doing anything sensible to address their damaging stance, but, rather, because their economies have become dependent on export growth and with China slowing that will hurt them badly.
Annual emissions from the world’s merchant fleet have reached 1.12bn tonnes of CO², or nearly 4.5% of all global emissions of this greenhouse gas. Read here
Campaigners say action plan falls short of Europe-wide measures that are required. What elso would one expect of the EU? Read here Justice commissioner Věra Jourová
This is one of the most fascinating articles we have posted for some time. It is a one-sided recollection of an event, so one has to be careful, but it is in keeping with much […]