Europe’s energy security hinges on Norway and its transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources. That has big geopolitical implications for Ukraine and NATO. On GZERO World, Ian Bremmer delves into Europe’s urgent quest for energy independence and the broader geopolitical shifts that could redefine the continent’s future. With theContinue Reading

The European Union requires that the vast majority of people living in settlements of at least 2,000 people be connected to a centralised sewage system. In Lithuania, only around half of the country’s 60 municipalities have reached this goal.  In 2017, the European Commission launched an infringement procedure against LithuaniaContinue Reading

Those European countries lagging behind on defense and security commitments should hike their domestic taxation to finance higher spending in this area, former president Kersti Kaljulaid says. Kaljulaid attended last weekend’s Munich Security Conference and appeared on ETV politics show “Esimene stuudio” Wednesday evening. “We have done surprisingly little,” sheContinue Reading

The Deep Sea Conservation Coalition (DSCC), Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), Greenpeace, Seas at Risk (SAR), Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) welcome the adoption of Resolution B9-0095/2024 by the European Parliament regarding Norway’s decision to advance deep-sea mining in the Arctic. The adoption ofContinue Reading