With powerful players left out of the party at Davos, addressing common global challenges becomes all the more difficult.
EWDN: Russian Entrepreneurs Want to Disrupt Delivery, Freight and Mobility Industries Across the World
“Eastern Europe has generated a brilliant generation of tech entrepreneurs whose companies are now reaching maturity,” concurs EWDN chief editor Adrien Henni in his CrunchBase column.
The EU has included natural gas and nuclear energy in proposals to cut carbon emissions in a pragmatic approach to meeting climate goals.
Europe’s largest natural gas pipeline operator sees future 'green' hydrogen supplies from Northern Africa flowing to Europe – and it’s spending millions to see that it gets there.
Electricity demand will more than double in Europe by 2050, and wind generation is tabbed to provide half of the mix, according to a wind industry group.
The UN’s COP 26 climate conference in Glasgow has seen development banks from around the world come together to outline their contributions to a low-carbon future. Robust financial infrastructure is a critical pillar of a just and efficient transition to net zero, but the obstacles which development banks still face have also been cast into sharp relief by the conference.
A Q&A with Matvey Tayts, Senior Analyst at Sova Capital, about Europe’s key energy provider - Russia.
Total has announced a plan to double its mechanical recycling production for polymers in response to growing customer demand for recycled plastic.
A Q&A with Mitchell Jennings, Senior Analyst at Sova Capital, on the spike in European gas prices and what it means for the energy market.
The world is shifting to a low-carbon economy, driven by – and affecting – geopolitics, with major business ramifications.