The EU faces a number of problems in its efforts to become less reliant on China for critical raw materials, not least corruption. Read the article HERE.
We hear “green hydrogen,” but it’s mostly industry-backed propaganda when 99% of all hydrogen produced in the world comes from fossil fuels. João Camargo is a climate activist in grassroots movement Climaximo in Portugal and […]
The EU Critical Raw Materials Act, supposedly motivated by concern over climate change, may perversely have been about overriding environmental regulations at the national level. Tatyana Novikova reports on issues of nuclear power and sustainable […]
US-EU relations may seem stronger than ever when it comes to NATO and Ukraine, but they are competing intensively over green technologies. John Feffer is the director of Foreign Policy in Focus. Cross-posted from Counterpunch […]
The slogan Renovables sí, pero no así has become increasingly prominent in Spain in recent years as the reality of corporate renewable macro-projects kicks in. Cross-posted from the Green European Journal RURAL Spain, with its […]
Scholz was in Latin America last week looking to strike lithium deals, but governments in the ‘lithium triangle’ may be less willing to give it up than they were in the past. Cross-posted from Other […]