Australia is the first major economy to reverse its classification for woody biomass burned to make energy. Under a new policy, wood harvested from native forests and burned for energy can’t be classified as a renewable energy source.
The EU’s prodigious V-Recovery – August: EU international trade in goods surplus falls to €11.3 billion
This was the second monthly decline in a row. When one considers that the trade surplus with Britain was round €64 billion in the first eight months of the year (second only to the USA) […]
The interesting aspect of this farce of a trial is that if found guilty, it will probably end up at the European Court of Justice and will expose the EU´s failure to deal with this […]