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The Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill – and the Call for an Energy Transition

It takes dramatic accidents like this one in order for society and politicians to seriously ask themselves: - How much longer will we be dependent on oil? - Why are we so dependent? And why didn’t we foresee the inherent risks and – dangers of deep sea drilling earlier? - And what should we do [...]

The Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill – and the Call for an Energy Transition2020-08-31T09:13:26+00:00

Russia – gas and transit stops

Again and again: Russia strops gas delivery to Europe as there are unsolved gas transit conflicts, this time again with Belarus. Russia strongly depends on the earnings of selling fossil fuels, especially to Europe. Most important transit routes are through the Ukraine and Belarus. As Belarus did not pay the open bills to Russia, Russia [...]

Russia – gas and transit stops2020-08-31T09:13:26+00:00

Sustainability in regions, communites and municipialities – how and whether it can work:

questions and answers to most important question: What can larger regions/countries/companies learn from these isolated experiments on Samsö/El Hierro, etc and what is the significance that communities are attempting to become independent of fossil fuel and source more of their energy needs regionally? The significance that communities are attempting to become less vulnerable to energy [...]

Sustainability in regions, communites and municipialities – how and whether it can work:2020-08-31T09:13:26+00:00

Clean energy could become Germany’s economic weapon, says expert

With increasing global pressure to fight climate change and make better use of raw resources, Germany could cash in on its position as producer of quality sustainable-energy and energy-efficiency technology. Artikel Deutsche Welle Link Download

Clean energy could become Germany’s economic weapon, says expert2020-08-31T09:13:26+00:00
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