The World Trade Organization (wto) was supposed to be the driver of free trade in a globalised economy. But this does not seem to be the case. Regional trade agreements (rtas) seem to be ruling the


An interim report on the uk's land-use planning was released on July 4, 2006, fuelling a debate on the possibility of relaxing regulations in the planning system to encourage rapid market growth.

Employment in German alternative energy generation grows with the

Trade unionists and environment experts from around the world have agreed that environmental rights such as access to clean water, health care and energy be made part of workers rights.

The decision was taken during a conference on labour and environment organised by the United Nations Environment Programme in Nairobi from January 15-17, 2006.

An employment survey updates some known things and throws up some new ones

Let green taxes finance your employment guarantee scheme

Investments in the Northeast fail to generate employment

Laid off tea workers fall back on forests in West Bengal

Rapping the US on the knuckles for banning shrimp imports from developing countries was only a technical exercise by the WTO