By 2050 an estimated 1bn people globally will be living in coastal areas, which are already threatened by rising tides.
The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, predicts that the December summit on Ukraine's accession to the EU will be “difficult".
In the last seven years, Emerging Europe has grappled with pandemic, war and a cost of living crisis. So why did people get happier?
Potential deals for Smer’s business backers look likely to outweigh any concerns the incoming Slovak premier may have about stoking the war in Ukraine.
EBRD research shows majority in transition countries believe climate change will severely affect the children of today, but fewer people are willing to pay to address the climate emergency.
Estonia's opposition smells blood as prime minister is battered by personal scandal and economic woes.
Czech financial group is in the process of selling or scaling down its once sizeable consumer credit operations in Russia, China and Southeast Asia.
“If we find ourselves in a situation where Ukraine is cut off financially and runs out of resources, if we force Ukraine into some sort of frozen conflict or armistice, that is a victory for Putin.”
Thousands of trucks are stuck at the crossing after Polish haulage workers launched protests under the banner of the "Committee for Defence of Truckers and Employers in Logistics."
Prime Minister Viktor Orban is increasingly desperate to tap EU funding to climb out of recession and help close Hungary's worrying budget deficit.
Robert Fico’s victorious Smer party questions aid for refugees and pledges “not a single round” of bullets for Ukraine.
Rightwing politicians now argue Belarussians should be treated more like Russians than Ukrainians when they come to the country.
Victory of Civic Coalition leader Donald Tusk will depend on performance of smaller Left and Third Way groupings.
Expanded government installed to carry out reforms proves less effective in crisis mode after devastating floods strike Slovenia.
The French group’s involvement follows intensified cooperation between France and Hungary in the field of energy.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski's radical rightwing party accuses centrist opposition of treachery as it seeks an unprecedented third consecutive term.
President Zuzana Caputova has been repeatedly warning that her country is in an “information storm”.
Slovaks head to the polls on September 30 in an early election that is both vital for the country’s future and perhaps the future of Central Europe.
Opponents warn that if Fico wins this weekend's election he will follow Hungarian strongman Viktor Orban’s playbook by hollowing out the country’s democracy and cosying up to the Kremlin, making Slovakia another European renegade.
Liberal leader says populist rival Robert Fico would become Hungarian strongman Viktor Orban's partner in pushing Russian interests inside the EU.