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The climate refugee crisis is reaching a critical stage as global migration and displacement caused by climate change reach record levels. Women, while disproportionately...

Cocaine Isn’t Vegan: The Environmental and Human Cost of Transnational Organized Crime

The exploitation of the environment can constitute criminal activity in and of itself. Criminal groups profit from illegal logging, fishing, and mining while depleting...

Hatred for Generation Climate: The Straw That Breaks The Camel’s Back

Systemic capitalism, rather than the actions of individuals, is the root of the disproportionate climate change. The apparent insatiability of markets and the relentless...

Cracking the Code: Shattering the Cybersecurity Glass Ceiling

EU Regulation defines cybersecurity as “the activities necessary to protect network and information systems, the users of such systems, and other persons affected by...

The COP 27 Loss and Damage Fund is Good for Africa, but Not Good...

“Climate chaos is a crisis of biblical proportions. The signs are everywhere. Instead of a burning bush we have a burning planet,” the UN...

Climate Change Adaptation: Why Private Funding is needed and how to encourage it

The world has reached a stage where there is consensus among most states that climate change is a serious challenge which needs to be...

Tesla vs. Edison: Why this Century-old Conflict has Gained Renewed Relevance

Picture this: Chicago, 1893. You are standing in the midst of the legendary World’s Fair, which this year is commemorating the 400th anniversary of...

EU IT and Cybersecurity in the Digital Age: A Progress with Hurdles

In December 2020, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borell, presented a new EU Cybersecurity Strategy...

The Military-Industrial Complex pressured by Climate Change

Since the general public first became aware of the effect of human consumption on the planet, individuals have been asked to reduce, reuse, and...

Visiting the Nuclear Power Plant that Never Was

It’s a strange place with an even stranger history. In 1969, the construction of a nuclear power plant in Austria was approved by the...

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