German cabinet amends renewable energy rules due to COVID-19

By |april 29th, 2020|coronavirus, COVID-19, crisis, EEG, German renewable energy law (EEG), Germany, News, Renewable energies, solar caps, wind turbines|

The German cabinet adopted today (29 April) an amendment to clean energy rules aimed at enabling immediate measures to be taken during the coronavirus pandemic. But environmentalists are not pleased as solar power caps and distance rules for wind turbi...

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Crisis innovation: virtual Stars4Media lab

By |april 21st, 2020|COVID 19 crisis, crisis, Innovation, News|

The need for innovation and building new skills is paramount for the media sector to respond to the coronavirus crisis. The Stars4Media Lab went virtual with its training and policy event, bridging promising media professionals and media experts to dev...

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Christine Lagarde, a non-conventional pick for the ECB presidency

By |julij 3rd, 2019|Christine Lagarde, crisis, ECB, IMF, Mario Draghi, News, VAT fraud|

A lawyer by training, Christine Lagarde has been nominated to succeed Mario Draghi as president of the European Central Banck (ECB). The IMF director has an atypical profile, due to her lack of banking experience and question marks over her past. EURAC...

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France takes the lead on conflict prevention

By |junij 15th, 2018|conflicts, crisis, development aid, Fragile states, France, French Development Agency, global security, News, Refugees, UNDP, World Bank|

While armed conflicts are on the rise around the world, Paris launched a new strategy for prevention, resilience and sustainable peace in developing countries, on 13 June. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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Majority of Romanians and Croatians cannot afford a one-week holiday, Eurostat says

By |julij 31st, 2017|crisis, Croatia, economic crisis, News, Romania|

A significant number of EU citizens from Eastern and Southern Europe cannot afford a one-week annual holiday, according to a new Eurostat survey.

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