Circular Ocean Creates Circular Economy

How pulling nets out of the sea becomes more than just that   [audio mp3="https://euroscopemag.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Final-Newsroom-Project-2018-01-16-11.02-PM.mp3"][/audio]     Approximately 8 million tons of plastic enter the sea each year. Does all of it just get left…

A closer look on Venlo

Nathan Hennessy and Jeppe Bjerre Trans report- In the south of the Netherlands can be found leaders in technology innovations and logistics. Venlo is a city unknown outside of the country, still struggling to attract…

Gazing into Europe’s Digital Crystal Ball

France plays taxation tug-of-war with Google, may leave Europeans in the mud Big companies not paying enough tax in Europe is not a new story. On the day to day, the troubles between the European…

Goodbye, Dounreay: New jobs could be found in…

The nuclear site Dounreay is closing but new opportunities appear. The question is: Will it be enough to provide the locals at the northernmost point of the British mainland with a sustainable future? [caption id="attachment_8014"…

An inside look into a mining town. Heerlen…

Sara Maryniak and Marisa López report- On your average day, Heerlen casts sounds through the tall trees in the city center, and brightens up your day with the beautiful visuals on the sides of empty…

The MEPs say #MeToo against sexual harassment

Two words were said around the world to fight against sexual harassment and assault: Me Too. Those two words began a campaign that also reached the European Parliament putting on the table the fact that…

Goodbye, Dounreay: “It is going to be the…

A nuclear site at the northernmost point of the British mainland has provided a whole region with jobs for sixty years. But soon the site will close and the question is: What happens now? [caption…

The refugee crisis is far from finished

The European Commission is drafting a new agreement to decide the way it handles asylum seekers Last September the EU’s emergency refugee relocation scheme came to an end. The Council of the European Union had…

Waiting for the penny to drop: Fighting the…

[caption id="attachment_7886" align="aligncenter" width="448"] Source: James Cridland[/caption] Activist Madi Sharma gazes out from the pulpit. “This is not my Europe. Is it yours?”, the crowd is fixed with a stern, quizzical stare. “So why are…

EU Talks Climate with California

Bilateral Cooperation in Carbon Trading Markets “What we saw in Bonn is that the Paris spirit is very much alive,” Anna-Kaiser Itkonen, Commission spokesperson for Climate Action and Energy, said referring to the Paris accord…