Europe’s Energy Poverty Red Zones
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Understanding the climate crisis
A new report highlights how energy poverty is significantly more present in central, eastern, and southeastern Europe.
- Feb 25, 2021
Achieving “Real Zero” Carbon Emissions
The 9 requires for achieving "Real Zero" Emissions as outlined in the latest Friends of the Earth International Report.
- Feb 24, 2021
The Carbon Market Myth
Like any other “market-based solution” carbon markets have proven to be beneficial only to big businesses at the expense of the planet.
- Feb 23, 2021
The Net Zero Emissions Myth
The latest report from Friends of the Earth International highlights the issues with the "Net Zero" concept.
- Feb 4, 2021
The Conflicts and Injustices Surrounding the East Mediterranean Gas Pipeline
The geopolitical, social and environmental implications of the EastMed-Poseidon gas pipeline.
- Feb 1, 2021
Are Electric Cars the Answer to Cleaner Transportation?
2020 saw a 43% increase in global sales of electric vehicles. Is it time to swap our conventional cars for EVs?
- Jan 23, 2021
North Macedonia in 2020: 6 Red Flags From the Energy Community Report
The state of North Macedonia's energy and environment in 2020 according to the Energy Community's Annual Implementation Report.
- Jan 15, 2021
Green Sacrifice Zones and the Victims of Green Growth
A new scientific paper explores how many of our “green transition” discussions could lead to the creation of Green Sacrifice Zones.
- Jul 29, 2020
Renewables Thriving, Dirty Energy Fizzling Out During Crisis
Renewable energy generation has grown during the first half of 2020. Renewables decreasing significantly.
- Jul 20, 2020
Why We Need to Own and Run Our Energy Companies
We need publicly owned and managed systems working in the interest of the people rather than generating profit for shareholders.
- Jul 10, 2020
Energy Poverty: A Reality for Over 50 Million EU Households
It is estimated that over 50 million households across the EU lack some or all of these most basic amenities. This is energy poverty...
- Apr 24, 2020
Three Recommendations to Ensure Renewable Energy Technology Won’t Do More Harm than Good
As our reliance on clean energy grows, so does our demand for more renewable products and environmentaly sensitive materials. We need to tac
- Mar 27, 2020
Did You Feel That? Last Winter was Europe’s Warmest Ever
Winter 2019/2020 was the hottest winter ever recorded in Europe and the 2nd hottest globally.
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