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Guest post by Michal Kurtyka, PHD Electromobility is one of the several strategic directions for Poland’s economic development in the near term. On March 16, 2017, the Polish government adopted the Electromobility Development Plan, which set goals and directions for action in this area until 2025. The energy composition of transport fuels, shaped through history,… » read more

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  Guest post by Eamon O’Hara, Executive Director and cofounder of ECOLISE On 22nd September, policy makers and representatives of the thousands of community-led initiatives on climate change and sustainability in Europe will gather at a conference in the European Economic and Social Council (EESC), Brussels, to launch the first ever European Day of Sustainable… » read more

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Guest post by Antonio Calcara – Ph.D. Candidate at the LUISS Department of Political Science – Rome   The prospect of an integrated EU defence stance at the international level has always been a controversial issue. Despite more than 30 Common Security and Defence Policy civilian and military crisis management missions, EU member states` political,… » read more

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Guest post by Sandra, news blogger for The Right Side of Truth.   When the people of Britain voted for Brexit in 2016, the world baited their breath. The monumental decision to leave the European Union was a shock to most, even those supporting the campaign to leave. Few expected the motion to pass, and… » read more

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Guest blog post by Jean-François Platon, a chemical engineer with more than 40 years of experience working in the food and cosmetics sectors, and an administrator at the AFECG (French Alliance for the Study of Fats. How will President Emmanuel Macron’s government handle the populist debate around science and regulation in France? The early signs… » read more

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