European economist Marco Buti retraces the analytical underpinnings of the economic policy responses to COVID-19 and the global financial crisis.
The EU taxonomy is a classification system of sustainable economic activities. We highlight areas which must be addressed to facilitate green transition.
Here's how the private sector can play a central role in co-piloting the European Green Deal, the EU's ambitious plan to become climate neutral by 2050.
Here are the 9 key events which led to the current shape of modern countries in Europe and how their borders changed over time.
If European companies are going to thrive under an imminent new sustainability regime, they should be left to decide the best path to more responsible business.
The EU's proposed levy on imported carbon-intensive products will shape the role of trade in fighting climate change. But is it 'green protectionism'?
With COVID-19 largely under control healthcare wise, Europe now faces two policy challenges: controlling inflation and dialing back fiscal support.
Since 2010, rents went up by 16% in the European Union, while house prices rose by 34%. This has made ownership unaffordable for many people across the bloc.
By 2080 to 2099, extreme droughts could occur more than every second summer across Europe, according to a new study on the affects of climate change.
Eurostat has created a new country scores tool to compare European Union members on progress towards the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Major European cities, like Paris and Brussels, have reduced their speed limits, in a continent-wide effort to reduce pedestrian deaths and emissions.
According to the EU's Copernicus Climate Change Service, Europe had its warmest summer on record in 2021, overtaking 2010 and 2018 which were slightly cooler.
On average, 17.1% of households in the EU are overcrowded, according to Eurostat. Montenegro has the highest percentage of overcrowded houses, at 63%.
The banking sector is being reshaped – and banks must now choose how to respond. Here are 5 ways to make the most of this change while lessening its risks.
In the European Union, books are rising in price more slowly than consumer goods – data from Eurostat shows.