Incoming Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) will sit for 5 years. Their decisions in that period can swing Europe’s response to imminent climate breakdown.
[LISTEN] A Sea That Connects and Nurtures Is No Longer Ours. Time to Reclaim It!
The sea has always been the major force that shaped history of Malta. Today, the seafront as a public space seems to be the only resource element that somehow managed to survive, but for how long will it prevail?
Quiz: What Kind of Environmentalist Are You?
Check your priorities—find out what kind of environmentalist you are.
Dirty Rare Metals: Digging Deeper into the Energy Transition
Every year, the electronics industry consumes 320 tonnes of gold and 7500 tonnes of silver. It accounts for 22 per cent of world mercury consumption (some 514 tonnes) and up to 2.5 per cent of that of lead. Yet, the Western public is largely ignorant of the invisible pollution from green and digital technologies.
Why We All Should Demand Fuel Service Station Policy Revision Now
Since the introduction of the policy in 2015, there have been at least 14 applications for new or relocated stations on ODZs. Four applications have already been approved, and the others are still being processed under the current, unrevised policy.
#FridaysForFuture: Maltese Students Strike for the Planet, for the Future!
Short-sightedness of our political class in the face of climate change is truly distressing. We must convince political leaders to make climate justice and our wellbeing a priority.
How the Sea Has Become Malta’s Only Pavement
To escape from the unpleasant sight and sounds of new developments, we flock to the sea, averting our gaze from land and thus silently allowing more exploitation to happen.
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