The International Monetary Fund has advised governments against granting widespread financial assistance amid the energy crisis. While energy companies would continue to enjoy unprecedented profits, average househoulds would be hit especially hard should governments follow the advice.
Although Sergio Massa, Argentina’s newly appointed economy minister, has made it clear that he is ‘no magician’, the public will have extraordinary expectations of him in the face of a major economic crisis.
Southern-European countries expect a large influx of migrants from North Africa and the Middle East. As food insecurity grows due to the war and climate change, many will attempt to flee their crisis-stricken countries.
The European Commission approved a staggering €5.4 billion hydrogen subsidy plan last Friday. The ambitious joint project aims to help reach net-zero greenhouse gas emission plans and replace natural gas but is the plan feasible?
53 years after the Moon landing many still question the necessity of space exploration, but it is unquestionable that the desire to expand the boundaries of what we know has provided great benefits to our societies.
China’s share in the key manufacturing stages of solar panels surpasses 80 per cent, which is a number that is set to reach 95 per cent in the coming years. As EU countries race towards their energy transition goals the question remains how this phenomenon is going to impact their plans?