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With the collapse in oil prices from 2014 and the economic recovery, energy consumption (and therefore the associated CO2 emissions) has started to rise again
From the age of retirement to pension rates, the crisis of 2008 has deepened the divide between European countries.
Despite the Dieselgate scandal, diesel-fueled cars are still the most popular in Europe. A trend that is slowly changing, as governments and the public opinion are starting to grasp with their impact on public health.
The first World Inequalities Report shows a growing gap between the rich and the poor. Europe is an exception to this global trend.
A large majority of European countries has improved poverty prevention and access to labor markets
EU leaders gather on 15 December to discuss the future of the Eurozone, which will represent a much bigger share of the Union's economy after heavy-weight Britain will have left.
More and more professionals from the Western Balkans choose to seek a better life by going east – opting for countries such as the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland