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The Brief, powered by BP – The lost continent

14. November 2019 - 16:49
Europe’s political influence on the African continent is in danger of dwindling, and that is a self-inflicted strategic mistake. Whether on trade, migration, energy or security, Europe will need stronger and closer partnerships with African governments over the next 20 years....
Kategorien: english

Europe gives go ahead to market Ebola vaccine

12. November 2019 - 8:10
The European Union authorised the marketing of a vaccine against Ebola on Monday (11 November), permitting the first wider commercial use of a protection that has helped stem an outbreak in DR Congo.
Kategorien: english

Why don’t women benefit from international trade as much as men?

30. September 2019 - 11:05
President-elect Ursula von der Leyen will be the first female Commission president. Not only that, but she has also succeeded in forming the first gender-balanced EU leadership team. Women are back on the EU's agenda, writes Cecilia Malmström.
Kategorien: english

Britain to create £1 bln fund for clean energy technology

23. September 2019 - 7:02
Britain will create a £1 billion ($1.25 billion) fund for scientists around the world to create and test new technology to help developing countries reduce carbon emissions, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will say on Monday (23 September).
Kategorien: english

Why multilateralism matters

11. September 2019 - 14:57
This September, world leaders will gather at the UN in New York to reiterate the need to speed up action on the global promise to build a more equitable and sustainable world, which is the 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), write Ulrika Modéer and Ahunna Eziakonwa.
Kategorien: english

G7 Leaders, take a stand for Africa!

24. August 2019 - 10:10
Africa is still heavily reliant on coal. To protect the climate, leading industrialised countries should help Africa to invest in clean growth and leapfrop to renewables, says former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
Kategorien: english