Tens of thousands of cargo ships will have to start using less polluting fuels in January, a boon for the environment that could however lead to higher bills for consumers
The EU's investment arm risks torpedoing the bloc's commitment to abide by climate goals by financing gas infrastructure projects, according to new analysis
Taxes on products considered polluting are struggling to gain ground in the EU despite backing from Brussels, in the face of opposition from movements like France's "Yellow Vests".
Chinese firms have plowed at least 145 billion euros into Europe since 2010, but investment has been slowing recently as several European governments tighten rules on acquisitions by foreign firms.
Italy gets six months to make a decision on the contested Turin-Lyon high-speed rail link after the company in charge of the project invites expressions of interest from contractors.