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Beer Makers Feel the Heat as Europe Braces for Barley Shortages

Beer Makers Feel the Heat as Europe Braces for Barley Shortages

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Europe briefing: Five stories to know about today

Europe briefing: Five stories to know about today

Wildfires continue to rage in Portugal Searing temperatures in Portugal are stoking wildfires which have swept the southern Algerve region for a third day and reached Monchique, a tourist destination. A heatwave sweeping Europe this summer has seen seen temperatures soar to 46 degrees in some parts of the country. On Sunday evening over 700 […]

Take a tour through Europe with this Highland Park estate, on the market for $16.9M

Take a tour through Europe with this Highland Park estate, on the market for $16.9M

A historic Highland Park estate is offering buyers a chance to take a tour through Europe without leaving the comfort of home. An affluent family built the 11,873-square-foot property at 3806 Beverly Drive in 1934 after taking a grand tour through Europe. The property echoes the sights from several countries they visited: design elements from […]

Deadly, potentially historic heat wave to grip western Europe, escalate wildfire danger into early week

Deadly, potentially historic heat wave to grip western Europe, escalate wildfire danger into early week

Deadly, potentially historic heat wave to grip western Europe, escalate wildfire danger into early week  AccuWeather.com Heatwave temperatures may top 45C in southern Europe  The Guardian Europe set for hottest weather ever recorded as temperatures forecast to hit 47C  The Independent Scorched Earth: Spain hits near-record temperatures of 108F as Iberian Plume kills three, fish drop dead in […]

Could removing Europe's dams revive its rivers?

Could removing Europe's dams revive its rivers?

Sixty percent of Europe’s surface waters are in poor environmental condition, according to the latest water quality report for the continent from the European Environment Agency. The nongovernmental organization Dam Removal Europe directly attributes this to the roughly 30,000 dams blocking the continent’s rivers and waterways. The NGO argues that the structures not only harm the environment, […]

US Jobs, Carney's No Deal Warning, Europe Slowdown: Eco Day

US Jobs, Carney's No Deal Warning, Europe Slowdown: Eco Day

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Sweden's tallest peak shrinks as extreme heat wave bakes Europe

Sweden's tallest peak shrinks as extreme heat wave bakes Europe

Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE LONDON — Sweden’s tallest peak is on course to lose that title as a persistent heat wave melts away inches of the glacier atop it daily. The height of Kebnekaise mountain dropped by 13 feet during July, according […]

Europe Has Criminalized Humanitarianism

Europe Has Criminalized Humanitarianism

Over the course of June and July, through a patchwork of frantic stopgap measures and pledges, European leaders fortified Europe’s borders along its southern perimeter in another push to restrict migration to the continent. This clampdown now also includes efforts to beach the last of the charity-run rescue boats that scoop up refugees out of […]

Europe markets set to begin trade on the back foot, earnings season is in full swing

Europe markets set to begin trade on the back foot, earnings season is in full swing

European bourses are set to begin trade on Wednesday in negative territory. The German DAX is seen 22 points lower at 12,800. Meanwhile, the U.K. FTSE is anticipated to open 20 points lower at 7,742. The French CAC is expected to open 17 points below the flat line at 5,500. The anticipated lower open contrasts […]

Europe Won't Buy US LNG, But Europeans Might

Europe Won't Buy US LNG, But Europeans Might

Long ago, an executive promoting US LNG exports told me that Japan should buy U.S. LNG because the trade deficit had become a politically sensitive issue.  I tried to explain that “Japan” didn’t buy LNG, rather, Japanese companies did and they were not particularly inclined to make business deals with regard to the nation’s trade […]