The Current Environmental Crisis

There is no doubt that we currently face the widespread destruction of the environment. Today, humans have massively been caught in social as well as environmental destruction as they are at the core of...
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Some keys to understand what is happening in Spain from a Green perspective

For the first time in history, the Spanish political parties have not reached an agreement to create a government after the State level elections. After several months of political uncertainty and two failed attempts...
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Three days to go: ‘Remainers’ must push a positive case for the EU

Never has so much been risked for so little. It’s a sentence which reflects how I and many others view Britain’s current EU referendum. The stakes are so high – but the level of...
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Plenty of Capacity But a Lack of Political Will

by FYEG’s Migration Working Group in honor of World Refugee Day, 20 June For years, many countries and regions have been holding their own Refugee days and weeks. However, more and more refugees and...
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Putin’s modus operandi in the clampdown of independent media in Russia

Putin’s modus operandi in the clampdown of independent media in Russia Following 2011-2012 popular protests in Russia, Putin has significantly tightened state control over Russian media by enacting Draconian laws to prosecute anti-governmental outcries....
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Ecosprinter FYEG Sec Gen review

This year we have two candidates for the position of FYEG Secretary General: Tomáš Křemen from Czech Republic and Artur Wieczorek from Poland. The Ecosprinter would like to provide you with more information about...
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The Ecosprinter Reviews FYEG Executive Committee Member Candidates (Part 3)

During the next FYEG General Assembly in Prague  the delegates will also decide who are  going to be the next spokespersons. As there there are always two spokes there need to be at least...
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