The Last Drop of Water: The European Water Crisis

by Fatima Karimli Leonardo da Vinci once said: “Water is the driving force of all nature.” Water is one of Earth’s crucial elements and part of the human core, as adult women comprise 55% of water and adult men 60%. In addition, everyone needs enough water for a livelihood because 75% of all jobs andContinue reading “The Last Drop of Water: The European Water Crisis”

The Unattainable Utopia of a Nuclear-Free EU

By Gregory Lens The inclusion of nuclear energy as a potentially “green” energy source by the EU’s own in-house scientific body has yet again sparked division among member states, laying bare the wildly varying approaches to the future of nuclear power and what ought to be considered sustainable energy in general. On June 30th, theContinue reading “The Unattainable Utopia of a Nuclear-Free EU”

EU Green Deal: Facts, Possibilities & Limitations

By George Kyrkos Going into the 3rd decade of the 21st century, and experiencing the warning climate change, the rapid implementation of the European Union “Green Deal” is becoming increasingly necessary. As presented by the European Commission at the end of 2019, the Green Deal was proposed as a sustainable development strategy with the mainContinue reading “EU Green Deal: Facts, Possibilities & Limitations”