Rhine waterway, critical to moving coal, car parts, food and other goods, risks becoming impassable because of climate change.
Decision risks exacerbating pressure on Christian Democrats and Social Democrats who make up Merkel’s coalition government.
Talks between Ver.di and the employers’ group representing security operators will start again on Jan. 23.
Frankfurt, Munich Airports Face Disruption on Security Strike
Merkel Seeks to Heal Coal Rift in Germany
Renewables Beat Coal in Germany Power Mix for First Time
One-in-four of the leaders of European companies are “extremely concerned” about the impact climate change is having on business.
Lufthansa Bills Cabin-Crew Union for Work Done on Company Time
Italy’s Five Star Movement used to rave about Montieri, a village that burns little coal or natural gas.
Germany’s Last Coal Miners Get Shafted
RWE’s War Games Show Lights Will Stay on With No-Deal Brexit
RWE to Buy More U.S. LNG as Trump Promotes Gas Riches in Europe
Russia’s $11 Billion Natural Gas Pipeline Is Primed to Fuel Europe
RWE's Profit Slides on Pressure From Germany's Energy Revolution
Profit warning compounds a turbulent year marked by executive resignations and losses at its industrial division.
Spahn Promises ‘New Start’ in Bid to Lead Merkel’s CDU Party
Spahn Vows Not to Rock the Boat in CDU Contest to Succeed Merkel
Over-Ambitious Lufthansa Curbs Growth as Profit Miss Hits Stock
The Myth of Donald Trump’s ‘Beautiful Clean Coal’
Merkel Faces Heat in Hesse Vote as Housing Anger Boils Over
Company’s supervisory board named Bernhard Pellens as its chairman and Guido Kerkhoff as chief executive officer.