Initiatives to improve energy efficiency can reduce the EU’s dependence on Russian fossil fuels. They can also help increase the union’s influence in the global south.
Crisi energetica. La Geopolitica del Green Deal. Sovranità energetica europea, conflitto in Ucraina e competizione tra Grandi Potenze
Il conflitto in Ucraina ha confermato l’urgenza di un’azione congiunta europea su energia e clima
The EU should do far more to reduce its dependence on imports of energy and critical raw materials. This would help the union preserve its independence in an increasingly dangerous world.
The EU’s efforts to address climate change should place more emphasis on bilateral alliances and partnerships. But these efforts will only be credible if they are firmly rooted in domestic policies.
To what extent can the European Green Deal and Global Gateway be shaped to satisfy both European and African interests?
Africa’s burgeoning innovation economies offer huge opportunities for the continent – and for Europe as it looks to tackle the climate crisis and respond to China’s BRI global connectivity programme
The EU’s diplomacy on the European Green Deal will face real tests in the months and years to come. To meet the challenge, the union should focus on trade, climate finance, multilateralism, and domestic implementation of the deal.
The roles of gas and nuclear power in the EU’s transitional energy mix present France with one of the first big fights of its EU presidency
Our experts will talk about European climate sovereignty, energy security and potential partnerships with the neighbourhood
The EU and the US lack a shared strategy for tackling economic coercion involving critical raw materials, and it could increase transatlantic competition during severe supply disruptions