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"The election results are likely to lead to months of negotiations as Macron has to seek allies among his rival parties".

French voters punish their President

President Emmanuel Macron lost his absolute majority in the Assemblee Nationale


Data from Rystad Energy also showed that coal power could remain the more competitive fuel source through 2025.

Rising gas cost could spell more coal use as spread narrows

Over the past several months the spread of so-called “clean-dark” and “clean-spark” prices have narrowed but still heavily favour coal usage for power plants, and the recent jump in gas prices threaten to once again widen the spread


The World Trade Organization has approved a package of six trade agreements, including commitments on reversing over-fishing and pledges on health and food security.

WTO strikes global trade deals amid heightened geopolitical tensions

The World Trade Organization’s 164 members approved a series of trade agreements that included commitments on fish and pledges on health and food security after more than five gruelling days of negotiations


“Some shifts started at 4 a.m. and others ended at midnight. It could be exhausting.”

Europe’s summer of discontent reveals aviation sector labour crisis

The summer when air travel was supposed to return to normal after a two-year pandemic vacuum is in danger of becoming the summer when the high-volume, low-cost air travel model broke down – at least in Europe’s sprawling integrated market


"Smart technology has limited impact without smarter regulatory frameworks and enforceable laws. Despite earnest promises to green up the supply chains, there are few incentives to track raw materials; why bother when these are seen as replaceable".

Why technology without regulation won’t save the forest

Agriculture has come a long way in the twenty-first century. From precision irrigation systems to face recognition in livestock to deploying drones for improved crop yield, emerging technologies are reinventing farm country


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