It’s the Galileo affair of the 21st century: Has economic growth in developed countries decoupled from environmental pressures? For the last decade, the prevailing (yet unproven) answer was: yes, it has – high-income nations have greened their growth which means that they can now increase their GDP while reducing their emissions. This illusion of a scientific consensus has served as the backbone of most environmental policies in the world.
With the publication of Amnesty International’s new apartheid report, Israel’s supporters have just one tactic left: to accuse critics of antisemitism Read Here
DeStatis – Germany: New orders in main construction industry in September 2022: -3.6% seasonally adjusted on the previous month
There goes the construction sector as well. New orders in main construction industry, September 2022 -3.6% on the previous month (in real terms, seasonally and calendar adjusted) -22.6% on the same month a year earlier […]
France’s “yellow vest” movement demonstrated against alleged police violence in rallies across the country Saturday, as nearly 60 lawyers denounced the treatment of protesters in the courts. Read here