The Guest Blog

Energy efficiency and renewable energies are top priorities for an Europe running towards a low-carbon economy. Five protected areas from Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy and Greece are proving that local, affordable and sustainable energy can be a reality for Europe, leading the way towards sustainable wood biomass exploitation. In the context of the EU’s policy… » read more

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Guest blog post by Andrea Lorenzo Capussela, author of State-Building in Kosovo: Democracy, Corruption and the EU in the Balkans. Kosovo’s authorities have illegally arrested one third of the parliamentary opposition, including its main leader. The European Parliament expresses concern, but refuses to condemn the arrests. In their desire to assist Kosovo, now in a… » read more

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Guest blog post by Ian Ellison, Sustainability Manager, Jaguar Land Rover. So 2015 ended with both COP 21 and the revised EU Circular Economy (CE) package. Both have their critics, in terms of their capacity to provide absolute and complete solutions to the sustainability challenges we face. Each is, to some degree, a compromise in… » read more

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Guest blog post by Alexandre Rousset, promoteur du “latin moderne”. Voyant la frénésie actuelle pour l’anglais, langue d’aucun pays du continent européen (hormis Gibraltar) mais supposée le meilleur outil pour sa communication internationale, on se demande pourquoi n’est pas plus développée la langue qui se comprend le plus et le mieux en Europe de l’ouest… » read more

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Guest blog post by Sergi Corbalán, Executive Director of the Fair Trade Advocacy Office and Co-chair of the Civil Society Alliance for the European Year for Development 2015. Sergi Corbalán argues that the universality of the new Sustainable Development Goals’ framework is one of the most important features as it eliminates the old division between… » read more

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Guest blog post by Erich Clementi, Chairman IBM Europe. Predicted for some years as Europe’s next big opportunity to be a global digital frontrunner, the pace of the digital transformation of industry is really accelerating as we start the new year. Europe’s political leaders are driving noteworthy progress. This year, I look forward to seeing… » read more

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