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Sustainable Europe 2030

Sustainable Europe 2030

By : Dea Hasna Isadora The UN 2030 agenda with 17 SGDs is a roadmap to a peaceful and prosperous world, and Europe is leading in the effort of achieving the goals. Therefore it is important to discuss the challenges and the strategies that Europe...

Silent land, the fight for fair food: a film review

Silent land, the fight for fair food: a film review

Silent Land: The Fight for Fair Food, is a documentary film set in Cambodia directed by Jan van den Berg. His films often concern human rights, diverse cultures and the struggles faced with regard to society and the environment. In this film he...

Renewable energy – An Opportunity For Energy Democracy

Renewable energy – An Opportunity For Energy Democracy

By Korneel van Dooren Succes story: the town of Eeklo Eeklo is dubbed the Flemish capital of wind energy. The town has the highest windturbine density of Flanders, 1 turbine for every 800 citizens. This makes the town completely self-reliant in...

Why Climate Displacements Are Not Gender Neutral

Why Climate Displacements Are Not Gender Neutral

By Titus Kipruto When you think about climate change, what comes to your mind? Global warming, sea level rise, storms, hurricanes, adaptation, and mitigation are all terms often used in climate change discussions but gender isn’t that common and...