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…

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What is Paradise?

On Sunday 5 November the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) published new revelations about tax evasion and avoidance schemes. These revelations seem to be even more significant than the Panama Papers and Lux Leaks. The moniker they have bestowed on these leaks is Paradise Papers. Journalists have promised that this time the focus will…

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Facing up to Cyber Threats – The new EU Strategy

On 13th September, the European Commission (EC) published its new strategy to tackle the increased cyber threats by aligning the national governments, industry and civil society in a more unified European approach. The EC highlights that cybercrime will cause 3 billion euros in damages by 2020. In addition, tens of billions of “Internet of Things”…

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