At the beginning of the use of nuclear energy 60 years ago, people dreamed of an infinite supply of cheap electricity. The little bit of nuclear waste that was produced could be shot into space or dumped in the sea. To date, tons of radioactive nuclear waste have accumulated, which must be stored safely and in some cases shielded from the biosphere for over a million years. Up until today, there is no suitable final respository for it anywhere in the world. Instead: The EU focuses on green-washing of nuclear power and nuclear waste.
Why higher taxes on meat and milk aren’t a good idea Johannes Eber – Good morning Europe blog There is an ongoing debate (in german) in Germany whether some food should become more expensive. The new German Minister of Agriculture,
The EU commission wants to classify both nuclear and gas as “green” investments. On the evening of New Year’s Eve, the commission had sent member states a draft of its awaited so-called “taxonomy” list, laying out a classification system that determines which energy sources can be labelled green for investment purposes. What would the consequences of such classification be?
The Human Rights day is an opportunity to celebrate achievements in the field, as we’ve made considerable progress since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the UN General Assembly on 10th December 1948. It was the
JOHANNES EBER This article was originally written for the “Good morning Europe” blog (www.goodmorningeurope.substack.com) by Johannes Eber. We were given permission to publish this article on the European Liberals for Reform blog. On the news: Portugal shut down its last