by Jeff Spross Posted on September 11, 2014 Updated: September 11, 2014
Standard economic modeling tends to be biased against emission cuts because they assume markets are already efficient. A more realistic analysis from Britain says otherwise.
by Matt Browne - Guest Contributor Posted on September 8, 2014 Updated: September 9, 2014
She's only 41, but she's about to become the face of the European Union's diplomatic efforts around the world.
by Katie Valentine Posted on July 23, 2014 Updated: July 23, 2014
The new goal will help the EU reduce its reliance on imported natural gas, according to the European Commission.
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by Shannon Greenwood Posted on July 22, 2014
The European Court of Justice Advocate General 's opinion could make gay asylum seeker's quest much easier.
by Jeff Spross Posted on June 30, 2014
By sharing revenue from the European Union's carbon trading system, France thinks it can get less wealthy and more coal-dependent countries on board with Europe-wide cuts to greenhouse gas emissions.
by Shannon Greenwood Posted on June 24, 2014 Updated: June 23, 2014
Migrants held in Libya report guards abusing them in such brutal ways as hanging them "upside down from trees and whipping them."
by Shannon Greenwood Posted on June 12, 2014 Updated: June 12, 2014
The best-selling author isn't on board with the idea of an independent Scotland.
by Jeff Spross Posted on June 11, 2014
It's the latest European nation, after Denmark, to do so, adding its momentum to efforts in the E.U. parliament, China, and here in the United States.
by Ben Norton, Shannon Greenwood Posted on May 30, 2014
Last week's European Parliament elections saw the gains of some less than sane parties.
by Matt Browne - Guest Contributor Posted on May 28, 2014 Updated: September 8, 2014
The 2014 European Parliament elections make dim reading for progressives. Beyond the headlines, however, significant successes provide hope and direction for the future.