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The idea of regional cooperation can fill the ambition gap between national energy strategies and a standardized EU-wide approach.

Infographic from the Ocean Atlas – The Blue Mussel and Its Neighbors in the Continually Submerged Area of the Wadden Sea

Gourmets visiting Sylt, Germany’s idyllic North Sea vacation destination, can choose between fresh Pacific oysters and native blue mussels. But what seems like fine dining is actually a cautionary tale as the foreign oysters threaten to overrun the native mussels.

Infographic from the Ocean Atlas – pH Scale: What is Acidic, What is Alkaline?

Our oceans are becoming more and more acidic. Though barely detectable to humans, for many of the animals that live there, the change is already proving fatal.

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In 2003, the Belgian government decided on a phase-out of its nuclear power fleet by 2025. The policy brief investigates the current Belgian electricity landscape in preparation of this phase-out. In how far is Belgium prepared and ready to fill the gap with renewable energy sources?

Key insights and policy recommendations for decisionmakers on local, national and European level from a study tour to the North Sea region.

Air traffic must become climate neutral and more environmentally friendly. With the publication Aloft – An Inflight Review the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Airbus Group want to provide important insights into the current state of technological developments and the political debate surrounding the sustainable future of flying.

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Dossier

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The European Commission, the European Council and the European Parliament have all repeatedly called for regional cooperation in the context of the 2030 framework on climate and energy and the Energy Union.

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Flying is a central component of the globally networked world. At the same time, the environmental impact can no longer be ignored. Our dossier provides facts and infographics on the current state of technological developments and the political debate surrounding the sustainable future of air travel.

Nuclear power yes please?! Questions on current EU energy & research policy

Renewable Energy - Regional Cooperation Study Tour

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Dr. Radostina PRIMOVA
Director Climate & Energy Programme
Tel. +32-2-743 41 04
Email: radostina.primova@eu.boell.org

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