Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools
Sections
You are here: Home

Did you not find what you were looking for? Try the Advanced Search to refine your search.

Search results 12 items matching your search terms

Subscribe to an always-updated feed of these search terms

EUR 8bn available for energy efficiency in Europe
Energy efficiency is the quickest and most cost-effective way to create jobs in green industries, improve energy security and reduce emissions. Improving homes ... last modified 20 January 2011, 16:40 CET — filed under: , , — Relevance: 1%
Energy efficient homes
Too much of the general political and media discussion is about making new buildings efficient. This must be done, but is nowhere near enough, as most of the ... last modified 06 May 2010, 16:56 CET — filed under: , — Relevance: 1%
Brexit Toblerone Jenga
When faced with seismic pressures that may affect the very market position your products and brands hold, how does a manufacturer respond? last modified 23 December 2016, 13:24 CET — filed under: — Relevance: 1%
Earth Day – what have we achieved in the last 40 years?
22 April is the fortieth Earth Day, so it is an appropriate time to consider what the environmental movement has achieved globally over the last four decades. ... last modified 23 April 2010, 16:17 CET — filed under: , — Relevance: 1%
How to deliver energy efficiency in the EU
Using energy more efficiently is the cheapest way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It also has economic, energy security and employment benefits. In a ... last modified 14 October 2010, 11:10 CET — filed under: , , — Relevance: 1%
The UK and European energy co-operation post-Brexit
The UK Government has said that Britain will not seek to remain part of the Single Market post-Brexit. However, sectoral deals to retain access to parts of the ... last modified 27 April 2017, 13:42 CET — filed under: , , , , — Relevance: 1%
Europe must follow Germany and Spain
For the next six months, Spain holds the Presidency of the EU and, from the start of February, there will be a new European Commission, with the German Gunther ... last modified 07 January 2010, 16:23 CET — filed under: , , — Relevance: 1%
EU plastics law will put thousands out of work
The business of serving food and drinks in the EU is worth about €450 billion today, about 5% of EU GDP, and growing 5% annually. last modified 14 December 2018, 11:56 CET — filed under: , , , — Relevance: 1%
Was Copenhagen worth it?
Yes, just. The Copenhagen Accord is vague and, having been negotiated by a small number of countries led by the US, China, India, Brazil and South Africa, was ... last modified 29 December 2009, 11:55 CET — filed under: , — Relevance: 1%
Brexit: a WTO issue first and foremost
100 days on from the fateful UK referendum, the only thing agreed on is the huge complexity of Brexit. This justifies the wait-and-see approach of the UK ... last modified 28 September 2016, 23:05 CET — filed under: , , — Relevance: 1%
Hard Brexit threatens UK collapse
Following the Conservative’s General Election win, Treasury figures warning that a hard BREXIT could cost up to £66bn are just the tip of the iceberg, says ... last modified 14 June 2017, 23:28 CET — filed under: , , — Relevance: 1%
Draft EU radioactive waste directive
The European Commission has now published a draft directive on safety standards for the disposal of high-level radioactive waste from nuclear power plants and ... last modified 18 November 2010, 23:25 CET — filed under: , , — Relevance: 1%