For the strongest pandemic recovery, the IMF advises policy support and interventions continue for those most affected, in a 'gradual and cautious' approach.
The floods in Europe show infrastructure is vital alongside the EU's climate change plans that involve reducing emissions and boosting economic resilience.
In order to achieve the necessary effects, strong measures need to be put in place, such as raising the cost of emitting carbon across different sectors.
The first set of National Recovery and Resilience Plans give reason to be optimistic, but much will depend on their implementation by the member states.
New initial estimates by Eurostat have revealed the potential effect the pandemic year 2020 had on the most economically at-risk in the European Union.
The deal aims to cut carbon emissions, achieve economic growth not tied to resource use and ensure inclusivity. The "Fit for 55" package will add policies.
To help meet the EU's emissions targets, the union should issue guidelines for road pricing, writes the World Economic Forum's mobility chief Maya Ben Dror.
The European Green Deal is a chance for car manufacturers to make their processes more circular, write the Forum's Maya Ben Dror and SYSTEMIQ's Tilmann Vahle.
Pollutants reduce life expectancy as well as people’s perception of wellbeing. New figures show how exposure varies across the EU.
SMEs face major cybersecurity challenges, but challenges could become opportunities if the private sector, governments and EU member states take action.
Data published by the OECD shows that mental health care has been neglected and underfunded within Europe for years.
There are too few drivers entering the sector, according to a new survey. Without them, global supply chains may struggle to operate.
Returning land to its natural state is essential to boost the quality and quantity of the ecosystems that support plant, bird, wildlife and insect species.
Data from the IMF shows that the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in thousands of Europeans paying a greater share of their earnings on rented accommodation.
Switzerland, Denmark and Luxembourg lead the IMD World Talent Ranking 2020, which assessed 63 countries based on their ability to develop and attract workers.