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Energy & Climate Change

Is there an anti-green backlash?

eu!radio |

Jannik Jansen, Policy Fellow at the Jacques Delors Centre in Berlin, shares insights with eu!radio from a recent survey, revealing that citizens across Germany, France, and Poland still strongly support ambitious climate action.

In defence of the EU-Mercosur trade agreement

eu!radio |

We recently welcomed Camila Villard Duran to eu!radio! She is a law professor at ESSCA School of Management, based in Angers, France. She spoke in defence of the trade agreement between the European Union and Mercosur.

Normative Power Approach, Planetary Politics, the European Union and the Middle East ‘conflict’

JCMS |

by Professor Michelle Pace, Roskilde University In April 2023, in a pre-recorded congratulatory message on Israel’s 75th year of independence celebrations, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced that: “Today, we celebrate 75 years of vibrant democracy in the heart of the Middle East. Seventy-five years of dynamism, ingenuity, and groundbreaking innovations. You have […]

UACES Microgrant Report: Getting to the 2023 IMO Revised GHG Strategy

Joseph Earsom |

Although international shipping accounts for approximately 3% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, its share of global emissions is projected to continue to rise in the coming decades. Joseph Earsom's UACES microgrant report details their experience as an academic attendee of MEPC 80.

A Quiet Steady Dance

eu!radio |

Every Monday, a member of the international academic association ‘UACES’ will address a current topic linked to their research,  we welcome Dr Malin Stegmann-McCallion again, from the University of Karlstad. Listen to the podcast on eu!radio.     In January, you gave us an outline on the Swedish Council Presidency, making good use of the “official Spotify […]

New Partners? The EU and China in international climate governance

JCMS |

In current international climate governance many eyes are on the EU and China as two of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases. Since the Trump administration announced the US’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement their relationship in the climate realm has changed considerably. But how do they view their own roles as ‘partners for the […]

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