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.
Methane is 80 times worse for the atmosphere than CO2, yet emissions remain largely unchecked. If there is no immediate response, all climate action will be futile.
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.
As EU member states revert to coal due to the energy crisis, it is now apparent that coal will soon be in short supply for some countries.
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 Asia-Pacific region is facing its worst energy crisis in years, and the consequences of their responses will likely affect the entire globe.
Europe is scrambling to replace Russian oil and gas, which has renewed interest in massive African oil and gas investments.
Due to the multifaceted crisis the continent is dealing with, the probability of recession is rising.
As fears mount over the possibility of Gazprom further reducing gas flow, Germany is reconsidering its nuclear stance.
After a decade of distrust of nuclear energy, Japan is set to return to nuclear power due to rising energy prices and shifting public opinion.
Russia and Ukraine have agreed to reopen Black Sea ports for grain exports. The deal is a good start but to prevent famine more needs to be done.
Tensions rise between China and the United States over Taiwan. But why is a relatively small island so important?
ISIS and Al-Qaeda’s operational capabilities have dwindled, but the jihadist movement is far from defeated.
Climate change is reducing output and raising safety concerns at nuclear facilities from France to the US. But experts say adapting is possible—and necessary.
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?
The North Atlantic Treaty forms the legal basis of NATO, but what exactly is the scope of the alliance’s authority?
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.
Nelson Mandela is considered to be the hero of the struggle aganst apartheid, but the former South African president is not the flawless hero he is often portrayed as.
Can the UK stick to its Net Zero goals as record heatwaves, the need to find a new PM and the cost of living crisis puts it all in jeopardy?
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?
Due to the Brazilian Supreme Court’s ruling, the Paris Agreement now supersedes national law. Is this a step forward for a greener future or a symbol of hypocrisy?
The West started pouring weapons into Ukraine in a bid to help the country fend off the Russians. This led to a substantial expansion of the illegal arms market, which endangers the whole region.
Six years after the jihadist terrorist attack in Nice, it is important to reflect on what can be done to prevent future attacks.
It has been six years since David Cameron’s resignation in 2016. Though he served for six years, his legacy will forever be boiled down to Brexit.
The remarkably ambitious project of the James Webb Telescope has demonstrated that the mission of exploration is something that can unite mankind.
As demand grows, water supplies are continuing to be depleted and water scarcity has become increasingly frequent in the EU.
In 2021, Hungary had the highest rate of solar-based electricity production in the EU, while at the same time it continues to reduce the share of lignite-based production.
Extreme weather events are increasingly more common due to climate change. How will Hungary tackle the ever-growing damage caused by these disasters?
Germany’s energy transition (Energiewende), the bid to phase-out nuclear and coal energy to create a green economy, is catapulting them towards an energy crisis.
Life may begin at the moment of conception, but banning or restricting abortion access is not an effective method of reducing the number of abortions.
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