Articles by Gerard Wynn

EU Puts Trust in UN by Freezing Airline Law

The European Commission's retreat from forcing airlines to pay for carbon emissions when flying in or out of the bloc puts huge faith in action by the UN's International Civil Aviation Organization.

Arctic Melt Will Prompt Energy Rush

This week, the area of Arctic sea ice reached a record minimum for the 33-year period satellite records have been kept, according to the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center.

Parmalat to Slash Half Its Workforce

  • 30 March 04
  • Reuters
Parmalat will slash almost half its workforce as it sells or liquidates units in 20 countries in an effort to keep the insolvent food group afloat, a plan unveiled late last week showed.