By Silia Tsigka, GLOBUS Correspondent The Covid-19 pandemic, the BLM protests, the enhanced crisis in Yemen, the oil spill in Mauritius, the alarming melting of the Greenland ice sheet, and many more incidents are only some examples of humanitarian and natural crises that have made 2020 possibly one of the most unfortunate years in recent... Continue Reading →
This article is the third of a series of articles by students of GD311 – The Energy Trilemma – selected by Dr Alec Waterworth.
Impacts of the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the Role of the Energy Market in Climate Policies Hope regarding the future of climate and other environmental governance has been hard to come by during the process of negotiating Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. Aside from a vague commitment by Michael Gove that “[The... Continue Reading →
Where is the EU heading? An insight from the Warwick Economics Summit, with Mario Monti Have you ever wondered about the future of the EU post-Brexit referendum? What about how great leaders and politicians have addressed the matter? At the Warwick Economics Summit, delegates received a first-hand account by Mario Monti, former Prime Minister of... Continue Reading →