Tag: Environment

Apples and Oranges – The Need for a New EU Food Policy

The year 2021 began full of hope and expectation, if only because a new year meant we could leave behind one of the most complex years in the history of mankind and finally turn the proverbial page.  However, after almost

Locked Down, in a Good Way: Nuclear Energy

If you’re not a big Simpsons fan, you may not think about nuclear energy too often. But as the climate crisis becomes increasingly urgent, and governments are implored to take measures which reduce their reliance on fossil fuels, nuclear energy

Home Is Where You’ll Find Net-Zero

Shall I buy or keep renting? House or flat? Will interest rates stay low? Should I plan for a renovation budget or is the property fine as it is? Shall we go for eco-friendly painting? What if I lose my job? How can I get solar panels in

When Governments Act As Early & Responsible Investors

The public sector is often perceived as a slow and reactive institution – a force that intervenes to correct market discrepancies. The 2008 financial crisis re-enforced this perception when governments around the world stepped in as ‘lenders of last resort’