Opinion

The thirst debate: Tap vs bottled water

Bottled water is often regarded as unsustainable. But is tap water always the better option? REVOLVE’s Senior Sustainability Advisor, [...]

Going beyond investments in single-point solutions

We are working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy by using systems innovation to effect change in whole places [...]

How to go Zero Waste

Do the following mental exercise: You are in a supermarket, walking through the aisles and looking at the products that are on [...]

The CAP should prioritize sustainable food production systems

Agroforestry is largely regarded as a sustainable means of food production beneficial to the environment. However, its potential remains [...]

Staying home: Financing the fight against energy poverty

What if the one place that should provide comfort – your home – instead results in poor health due to inadequate insulation or [...]

Quo vadis Europa post-corona?

Are we really going to return to business as usual as soon as possible to resume the hyper-globalized frenzy of chasing the margins [...]

The bioeconomy - bringing life to the center of our economy

The industrial era and the fossil-based economy which have dominated the last 200 years of our history are coming to an end. [...]

Why your next heating system will be a heat pump

If we want to decarbonize homes, heat pumps must become the standard for residential heating (“a heat pump in every home”). While [...]

Euro-Mediterranean integration: The role of regional and local authorities

In the year marking the 25th anniversary of the Barcelona Declaration, the Euro-Mediterranean Regional and Local Assembly (ARLEM) [...]

Twin sisters: water and sustainable development

Agenda 2030 and the related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the best opportunity to frame water research and innovation efforts; [...]

Full speed ahead for hydrogen

Harnessing a versatile solution to accelerate the global energy transition We might be at the biggest turning point in human history [...]

Sustainability: know your limits

“No thanks, I’ve had enough” is what we say when asked if we wanted more to eat or drink. But it’s only enough for the time [...]

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