Energy

  • Cleaning Up Transport in Europe – The Commission’s CO2 standards

    The transportation sector is an essential economic driver, connecting businesses and people around the world. It is inextricably linked to many other sectors including energy, tech, digital and agriculture, to name a few. It is at the intersection of urban planning, logistics, infrastructure, and personal freedom. The car as we know it today is arguably…

  • Real Estate – The Times They Are A Changing

    In case you missed it, Europe is at war with carbon to save our planet.  Some of the world’s toughest environmental targets are becoming a reality in the way we live our lives and conduct our business.  Europe has committed to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 40% of 1990 levels by 2030.  But the…

  • Energy Union – On Track?

    The Energy Union has had an impressive start, with 12 legislative proposals in 2016 alone the European Commission means business. However, publishing proposals is one thing, getting the legislation adopted by the European Parliament and Member States is a much harder challenge. While the security of gas supply package was adopted relatively smoothly, it is…

  • Responsible Mining: Partnership To Help Achieve The SDGs

    Partnerships in the mining sector can contribute to sustainable development argues Arne Koeppel, Head of Research at FTI Consulting in Brussels in this article for the latest edition of GREAT Insights, the publication of the  European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM). The article lines out why the mining sector has an important role to play in…

  • The Politicisation of Toxicology

    “In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual.” ― Galileo Galilei Scientific progress requires scientific debate. Ideas come from questioning the status quo, technologies develop when innovative solutions are sought, and science advances when flaws are dissected, discussed and ironed out. But there is…

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