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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 »

EC Refuses Governments’ Deals on CO2; Says Cut It Back

  • December 3rd, 2006
  • Posted by 7thmin

eu-industry-scape.jpgNational governments in the European Union are going back to the drawing board, or drawing up plans for legal action, after the excecutive Commission knocked back their allocations of pollutant gas to industry – as being too generous. … Read More »