Energy

Portugal Rolls into 2020 with 200 Scooters

Electronic scooters may soon be the preferred way to cruise around the streets of Portugal. In Faro, a beachside town…

The EU Takes Charge on Libya

A high-profile summit that convened on January 19TH in Berlin sought to build the base for a lasting ceasefire in…

New EastMed Pipeline Brings Tension and Opportunity

On January 2nd, Greece and Cyprus made history after signing a deal with Israel on a nearly 2000-kilometre subsea pipeline,…

Cyprus Takes Turkey to Court Over Maritime Violations

As tensions over offshore energy resources continue to simmer between Cyprus and Turkey, the former has elected to further safeguard…

The Yellow Vests Movement Vs. Europe’s Green New Deal

In November of 2018, French citizens first took to streets across the country wearing yellow, high-visibility vests to protest the…

Conscious Fashion Gains Traction Despite Long Road Ahead

A five-year partnership between Guerlain and UNESCO aims to train new beekeepers within designated biosphere reserves around the world, resulting…

Madrid Steps In as EU Targets COP25

The United Nations Global Climate Change conference will take place between December 2nd – 13th  at the IFEMA conference facility…

Are Deadly Storms the Climate’s New Normal?

Last week’s storms pounded Southern Europe and caused massive flooding throughout Spain, Italy, and France. Cars were swept away, cities…

France Fails Emissions Test

French President Emmanuel Macron has made headlines for his proactive attitude in fighting against climate change, including his push back…

Energy Giants Eni and Total Sign on to Drill in Cyprus’ EEZ

Cyprus’ exploration of offshore hydrocarbon resources continues despite Turkey’s resistance. Now, energy giants Eni and Total have come onboard and…
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