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In reaction to the Council’s conclusions on a renewable energy strategy for Europe beyond 2020 adopted in Brussels today by Energy Ministers, Marc Olivier Herman, Oxfam’s EU Policy Adviser
Martin Hartberg, Oxfam Policy Officer in Jerusalem said:
Oxfam's humanitarian coordinator Tariq Riebl said:
In response to the World Bank's 'Turn Down the Heat' report r
In the context of rapidly escalating violence in and around Gaza and southern Israel, the international aid and development agency Oxfam has called for an immediate halt to rocket attacks towards I
At the ECOFIN meeting today, EU Finance Ministers have failed to provide a clear answer to what Europe will do to ensure climate finance does not fall off a cliff once Fast Start F
International agency Oxfam has been in the field and talked directly to people affected by continuous rains of hurricane Sandy.
Onus of incorporating strong rules to limit speculation on food commodities into Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) now lies with Member States
Council conclusions adopted today by Environment Ministers set out the European Union's
Today’s proposal by the European Commission to cap support for biofuels made from food crops at 5% of the demand for energy in transport sends a welcome but long overdue message to markets