Ukrainian security service commandos raided several Hungarian institutions in Transcarpathia as well as the home of the president of the Transcarpathian Hungarian Cultural Association, László Brenzovics.
The last 5 years have been the hottest on record. Temperature records were broken in cities across Czechia, Spain, Germany, France, and Poland. Meanwhile, public health warnings were issued in Belgium, Italy, and Switzerland due to the intense warmth. The team at LIFE Tree Check has come up with several solutions that can help cities […]
An overview describing the climate risk drivers, hazards, and consequences in the Baltic Sea Region has just been published in the CASCADE project. This report is a useful reference for understanding the links between potential drivers, hazards, and their potential impacts of climate change – direct, indirect and even cascading – on society.
No year has been as hot and dry as 2018 since climate records began. Central European forests showed severe signs of drought stress. Mortality of trees triggered in 2018 will continue for several years.
A vast majority of the European Environment Agency’s (EEA) 39 member and cooperating countries are putting in action United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including those focused on climate action, water and sanitation, and affordable and clean energy, according to a pan-European assessment, published today, of how the SDGs are being implemented.
Linette Field becomes Director General On-site & Internal Model Inspections Mario Quagliariello becomes Director Supervisory Strategy and Risk Both start on 1 January 2021 in their new positions
Composite cost-of-borrowing indicator for new loans to corporations and for new loans to households for house purchase broadly unchanged at 1.53% and at 1.36%, respectively Composite interest rate for new deposits with agreed maturity from corporations broadly unchanged at -0.17%, with interest rate for overnight deposits from corporations unchanged at 0.00% Composite interest rate for new deposits with agreed maturity from households broadly unchanged at 0.25%, […]
Cross-border videoconferencing and safer and easier document exchange: learn how new EU rules for digitalising justice will benefit people and firms.
Cash most popular instrument for in-person retail payments, but use gradually declining Card payments becoming increasingly contactless Survey suggests coronavirus pandemic has accelerated use of cashless payment methods
The European Union’s Article 7 procedures currently under way against Hungary and Poland should be upheld until issues around the rule of law in those countries are resolved, Didier Reynders, EU Commissioner for Justice, told the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and Home Affairs (LIBE), in Brussels.