The global economy is on the brink of deeper job recession that may spark social unrest the International Labor Organization (ILO) has warned.
In Denmark, political analysts say the Danish People’s Party (DPP) is not only drawing more voters, getting 13 percent of the vote in 2007, but it has also pulled more mainstream parties to the right as they try to win voters back, a phenomenon that experts say has occurred in other countries.
European officials say at least 55 billion Euros a year in debt is being written off, much of it because businesses find it too daunting to press expensive, confusing lawsuits in foreign countries.
Temporary employment, already a boom industry in Europe got more support when the last restrictions on labor mobility among European Union countries fell away on May 1.
The European Union (EU) Environment Commissioner, Janez Potocnik has declared that biodiversity is in crisis, with species extinctions running at unparalleled rates.
The European Union in 2007, has committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent below the 1990 levels by year 2020, producing of its electricity from renewable energy sources.
The global market demand for tropical fruits is growing in spite of bad weather abnormalities brought about by El Niño, economic crisis, currency turmoils, pests and pesky tariffs.
Spain now ranks the highest unemployment rate in Europe while the real estate prices decreasing. Many Spaniards could no longer able to pay their mortgages and foreclosure proceedings are catching up with them.
Hungary’s worst ecological disaster has officials in Brussels and Budapest pointing fingers over what some claim a flaw in European Union regulations that prevents classification of the “red mud” as a hazardous material.