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New IIEA Publication by Professor John O’Hagan on Economic Sovereignty

31 May 2013

A paper by Prof John O’Hagan on economic sovereignty. This paper was written for the the IIEA/McCann FitzGerald seminar ‘Economic Sovereignty in an Age of Globalisation and EU Integration’.

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Interactive Video Interview: CAP Reform, Greening and Development

30 May 2013

In this interactive set of video interviews, Prof. Alan Matthews, answers a series of questions on global food supply, the current reform of the Common Agricultural Policy and the ‘greening’ aspects of the reform. 

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Solar PV Trade Wars: Chinese Yin and European Yang?

28 May 2013

This blog by Joseph Curtin explores the trade dispute around solar PV between China and Europe. It argues that the potential imposition of anti-dumping tariffs could derail the symbiotic relationship between Europe and China on this technology and undermine the emergence of a globally competitive supply chain.

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Wasting Money on Young Farmers?

27 May 2013

As EU Agriculture Ministers gather in Dublin for an informal summit, Prof. Alan Matthews considers the difficulties facing young farmers in Europe today. He argues against the position of the Commission and the Parliament on a mandatory payment for young farmers’ and calls for action to tackle the reluctance of older farmers to exit the sector.

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A Bioeconomy for Europe

22 May 2013

The bioeconomy encompasses many of Europe’s oldest industries in an intensive programme of innovation and modernisation. At a time when the EU urgently needs to reconcile the need for growth with its commitment to protect the environment, the bioeconomy could prove a key piece in the puzzle. 

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Striking a Balance: the Contribution of Green ICTs to Global Emissions

21 May 2013

The ICT sector has a growing environmental footprint. Paradoxically, it also has the potential to dramatically reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. What is the EU doing to support the spread of ‘Green ICTs’ that harness these benefits?

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The Environment Agenda at the European Parliament’s May Plenary Session

20 May 2013

The Environment Agenda at the European Parliament’s May Plenary Session

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New Infographic on the Irish Water Footprint

17 May 2013

This new infographic explores the Irish water footprint, or the amount of water embodied in the goods and services we consume. It shows that, contrary to popular belief, most of our water use is outside the home and that the vast majority of our water footprint is found in imported goods.

 

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Short Interviews on an EU 2030 Climate and Energy Framework

17 May 2013

As the EU grapples with what kind of climate and energy regime it wants to 2030, three leading experts from the European Commission, Greenpeace and CEPS share their thoughts on what a 2030 framework should look like.

 

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New IIEA Paper on Reforming European Economic Governance: The European Semester and other Recent Developments

15 May 2013

The IIEA is pleased to present the first paper published by the IIEA Economic Governance Group – ‘Reforming European Economic Governance: The European Semester and other Recent Developments’ by Michael G Tutty.

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Household Electricity Prices Infographic Available in Eight European Languages

15 May 2013

The IIEA has produced a range of language versions of its ‘Household Electricity Prices in the EU’ infographic to allow as many users as possible to engage with this important information in their own language. The infographic is available in English (original), French, German, Spanish, Polish, Italian, Portuguese and Irish.

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