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The question that haunts President Joe Biden: can the US deliver on climate?

By Alice Hill / 19 April, 2021

President Biden has placed climate change at the centre of US domestic and foreign policy. Yet the wide partisan divide on the issue in the United States threatens to hinder the efforts of his administration to increase global climate ambitions. The Earth Day Summit will provide an important opportunity for […]

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Will the 2018 heatwave reignite the climate change debate?

By Jean Pascal van Ypersele / 28 October, 2018

Interview by Alain Bloëdt with Belgian physicist and climatologist Jean-Pascal van Ypersele on the role of EU in climate change.

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EU leadership the best response to Trump climate challenge

By Stephen Minas / 14 July, 2017

The United States is the world’s second-largest emitter of greenhouse gases.

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An Enlightened Industrial Policy for Europe

By Tomas Wyns / 5 October, 2016

At a time when belief in the European Union as a project for peace and prosperity is challenged, an enlightened industrial policy that matches reducing greenhouse emissions with improving competitiveness could give oxygen to Europe’s workers and entrepreneurs. It can become the foundation of a new prosperous and low-carbon age […]

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