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Ukraine declares mourning for minersThe Ukrainian president declares a day of national mourning as the death toll from a gas blast in a coal mine reaches 32, with one still missingLife after lignite how Lusatia has returned to natureA landscape wounded by coal mining is being transformed into Germany’s lake district Continue reading.The absurdity of German energy policyBerlin increasingly needs dirty coal to make up for scrapping nuclearPoland’s second city to ban coal use after anti smog law approvedKrakow says it will introduce a ban on burning coal in s, offices and restaurants, despite protection of the industry becoming an election issueThe Mayor of Krakow has told the Guardian he will introduce a ban on coal use in s,.NorthEdge backs MBO of Belfield Furnishings Founded in 2002, Belfield is the UK’s largest white label manufacturer of home furnishings and one of Europe’s largest manufacturersFactory chiefs ‘want to remain within Europe’Eighty five per cent of manufacturers want Britain to remain in the European Union, it was claimed last nightTerry Scuoler,.Accident traps Turkish coal minersAt least 18 workers have been trapped hundreds of metres underground after a coal mining accident in southern Turkey, officials say

Four dead in Russia mine accident

At least four miners have died and four more are missing following an accident at a Russian coal mine

Coal 'isn't going anywhere' despite renewables boom, says industry headCoal will remain a safe bet for investors for decades to come as Asia drives future demand, says head of World Coal Association, Benjamin Sporton Coal isn’t going anywhere, according to the boss of the World Coal Association (WCA), who saPaper mill firm to cut 550 jobsAround 130 people could lose their jobs as the owners of Deeside based Shotton Paper Mill announce 550 redundancies across EuropeNorth West manufacturers remain resilient despite global economic woes Problems in Europe, China and Greece have weighed on world markets and led to a deterioration in all of UK manufacturing’s key indicatorsPeugeot has the lowest emissions in Europe Car manufacturers continue to drive down CO2 emissions throughout Europe as Peugeot takes the laurels for the lowest Sweden should keep coal in the ground, not sell it off | May BoevePrime minister Stefan Löfven should keep his election promise of clean energy and not let state owned Vattenfall sell its coal mines to EPHThe history of the fossil fuel industry can feel like it is told in complicated deals the public isn’t.Moldova set to press on with pro Europe course after election By Richard Balmforth and Alexander Tanas CHISINAU, Dec 1 (Reuters) Moldova's pro Europe parties appeared certain on Monday of being able to form a new coal.Strong pound hurts manufacturers as exports to eurozone become more expensiveThe strong pound may be good for British holidaymakers in Europe this summer but it is taking its toll on manufacturers

Ronnie Massarella Businessman who led British show jumpers to glory while building one of Europe’s largest ice cream manufacturers

Showjumper Geoff Billington called Massarella'the best chef d’equipe any country ever had'

Swedish energy company Vattenfall plans sale of German coal operationsSale of coal mines and power plants would enable the state owned energy company to meet its emissions targets without reducing pollution Continue reading.North West manufacturers remain resilient despite global economic woes Problems in Europe, China and Greece have weighed on world markets and led to a deterioration in all of UK manufacturing’s key indicatorsSelf driving convoys of autonomous lorries that 'speak' arrive in RotterdamMore than a dozen self driving trucks (pictured) made by six of Europe's largest manufacturers arrived in Rotterdam in so called 'truck platoons'Ukraine's coal mining racketIllegal coal mining in Ukraine is threatening the country's economic independence, Gulliver Cragg reports from the Donbass regionDrax mulls shutting its coal fired stations amid competition from cheap gas and renewablesDrax’s power station in North Yorkshire is the largest coal fired plant in the UK and the second largest coal plant in Europe, but ceo Dorothy Thompson said it may be mothballed