Over the next fortnight, negotiators from all over the world are meeting in Warsaw in the hope of advancing discussion on a new global climate deal.
TVE (Television for the Environment) presents the videos of 14 finalists in its global environmental film competition.
Participants from around the world have produced 1-minute long movies on topics related to climate change, sustainable development and biodiversity.
An earthquake shook during last week the Spanish society, when the ministry of Education published in the Spanish official Bulletin (BOE) the ministerial decision of cutting back the national support to the ERASMUS students from the current year on, except on the cases they had received a ministerial grant on the previous year.
It is to my great surprise that until now there is nothing to discuss on the forthcoming European Elections on May. Probably it is early to deal with, but the only information we have concerns the possible candidacies for the head of the European Commission. I firmly believe that the debate over the issues of our European concern should be launched, both in national and European level. These issues are plenty, and it is evident that the European citizens lack considerable information when it comes to the European Union and the proposed solutions to pending problems.
Most Poles agree that far right attacks are on the rise in their country, but the government and police are unable, or unwilling, to challenge it.
Both the West and Russia are playing “the Great Game” for one of the latter’s last bulwarks of influence in Europe: Serbia.
Terrorism, extremism, and independence were, and remain, marginal nuisances nibbling on the Malian political and security scenes.
The EU and US have started a second round of negotiations towards creating the world’s biggest free-trade deal.
The nuclear talks in Geneva between Iran and the five UN veto powers as well as Germany were postponed on Sunday. The three days of negotiations failed to produce the hoped-for agreement on a temporary freeze to Iran’s nuclear programme. Some commentators blame France and its attempts to pose as the new global policeman for the breakdown in negotiations. Others say the onus to act is now on Iran.
The UK Immigration Bill has no clear targets: it gives ordinary individuals the power to decide. Will we use an accurate legal definition, or act on what we read in the papers and hear from the Home Secretary herself? Asks Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi
When a group of business people who, amongst them, have helped to lead companies that employ around one million people, say something, it’s a good idea to listen.
In an unprecedented joint initiative, leading business men and women from across Northern Europe used a letter to the Sunday Times and op-ed articles published in today’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and Dagens Industri to call on EU leaders to grasp the nettle and embrace reform.