With Japan being Europe’s third largest trade partner, and with the Japanese authorities prioritising energy efficiency in the aftermath of the
EU leaders will meet again in Brussels on Thursday with a view to enacting tougher sanctions against Russia over its annexation of Crimea.
They make up Europe’s unique heritage but many of the continent’s historic buildings are showing their age.
Energy efficiency, in particular, is a
While statistics say flying may be the safest way to travel, it is perhaps not so safe for the environment. Airplanes burn tons of fuel, and, on the
Some 80 percent of European businesses have cited reducing energy costs, particularly transport, as a major objective. In Edinburgh, Scotland several
Question: “Is shale gas an economic windfall or just an empty promise? Could a shale gas boom revolutionise the European gas market like it’s done in
The world’s energy landscape is changing, but what will be next? This was one of the main topics during the KAZENERGY Eurasian Forum, an
US President Barack Obama says his government will provide nearly 5.4 billion euros over the next five years to help combat power blackouts in
Right under our feet there is a source of clean and efficient energy. La Fabrica del Sol in Barcelona is living proof. An old Catalan building dating
There are around 1.5 million sporting facilities in Europe helping people have fun, stay healthy, and have fun.
But places like gyms, swimming
Cutting energy consumption in data centres is a key priority in the IT world.
The towering ranks of servers are the backbone of our digital lives
More than three million people across the EU now work in eco-industries, producing nature-friendly goods and services.
It is an increasingly
Like water from a faulty tap, power leaks from all electronic devices – whether in use or not. The fact is a portion of our energy bill goes down the
Jörg Schulz is a baker in Germany who has found a cool money-saving new way of baking his bread.
“The NanoBak Technology, which we developed, is a
Community-level action is a great way of contributing to sustainable development. And good habits start young, so teaching people how to live greener
In this edition of U-talk Fabián, in Spain, asks: “In a world whose economic model is based on oil consumption, do you as a European ecologist think
Scientists are putting the finishing touches to a new way of harvesting electricity from light.
Paul Rebhan, the Global Business Development