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EU State Aid And The Coal Sector

  • April 27th, 2007
  • Posted by EUEditor

industry-resize.jpgThe European Union is reviewing state support for national coal industries, producing a report for Poland this week (24.4.07), with other documents, including a general European industry statement, on the way. … Read More »

Australia In New Quest For Trade Deal

  • April 11th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

wto-reduced.gifA high level international trade meeting in New Delhi will see the United States put under pressure to cut its domestic support for farm production. … Read More »

EU’s Big Program On Energy

  • March 12th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

eu-flag-reduced-larger1.pngWhen the EU heads of government decided to go all-out for climate protection, they handed the executive body, the European Commission, eighteen reasons to celebrate. … Read More »

Summit Takes A Lead On Climate Change

  • March 11th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

summit-opens-3-07.jpgThe European Union is to implement a radical environment policy to confront climate change and is calling on other world governments to do the same. … Read More »

Introducing: New Contributors to EUAustralia

  • February 23rd, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

subscribers-cockatoo1.jpgThree new writers have come on board providing their own perspectives on Europe, writes EUAustralia Online editor Lee Duffield. … Read More »

Supply Tightened in the Carbon Trade

  • January 21st, 2007
  • Posted by EUA Editor

eu-industry-scape.jpgEuropean governments have been told to restrict the amount of carbon they permit to be traded.

The European Commission argues that its Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) stands to make a major global impact against climate change, if only the volumes to be traded are kept down. … Read More »

Kazakh Visit Tip of an Energy Iceberg

  • December 9th, 2006
  • Posted by 7thmin

kazakhstan-resize.jpgEurope’s interest in Central Asia –especially for its oil, and other security concerns – was highlighted when the Kazakhstan President, Noursoultan Nazarbaev visited Brussels on 4.12.06.

Mr Nazarbaev met the Secretary General of NATO, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, at the alliance’s headquarters; a reminder to the world that former Soviet republics are most welcome there today, (Picture: NATO). … Read More »

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