World governments are likely to recoil from plans for an ambitious 2015 climate change deal at talks next week, concern over economic growth at least partially eclipsing scientists' warnings of rising temperatures and water levels.
Eastern Europe's biggest manufacturing sectors shrank in December, dragged down by crumbling growth in the euro zone, and with few positive signs on the horizon the region's policymakers may be forced to act to stabilise their economies. &nbs
Challenges and rewards of creating a new science museum in Saudi Arabia will be the focus for an address by a leading Dubai-based professor at a museums conference opening in Warsaw tomorrow (May 26).
Professor Mike Bruton, Director of Ima
Prime Minister Donald Tusk's candidate won Poland's presidential poll but the narrowness of the victory cast doubt on the government's ability to carry out unpopular reforms ahead of a 2011 parliamentary election.
Bronislaw Komorowski, a m