The European Union has been asked to approve an €80-million bailout for Ireland’s midlands for Irish peat workers. If approved,
The largest private US coal company is seeking bankruptcy protection despite receiving a series of regulatory boosts under Donald Trump.
Poland plans to spend up to US$8.8 billion by 2028 on cleaner heating as part of its efforts to fight
Germany’s car industry is the world’s biggest investor in electric vehicles as it faces increasing pressure to adopt low-emissions technology
Germany is considering making public transport free of charge in its polluted cities to avoid EU prosecution for breaching clean-air
The European Commission will rule in March whether to take legal action against nine member states for breaking air pollution
A report by the Unfriend Coal campaign says European insurance giants have invested €1.3 billion in Polish coal companies since
A Prague court has ruled that the Czech Republic’s air-quality plan for the capital fails to bring air pollution within
Nine European countries could face legal action if they fail to cut air pollution, the EU’s environment commissioner has warned.
In Krakow, southern Poland’s architectural gem, air pollution can reach six times safe levels. Like most former communist countries, Poland
Bulgaria, which is struggling with a pollution crisis, could become a hub for the supply of Azerbaijan’s gas to Europe,
The EU plans to get tough on its members that are not doing enough to address air pollution this year
In a move that will add to fears about Arctic pollution, the Russian State Expert Examination Board (Glavgosexpertiza) has reportedly