Euroviews 2010 Archive

  • Go directly to the online print version of this year’s EuroViews production, and read it for free!

    Read EuroViews Magazine 2010

    Go directly to the online print version of this year’s EuroViews production, and read it for free!

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  •   The theme of Euroviews 2010 was Energy and Sustainable Development, a policy field of
 growing importance in Europe. See the entire 2010 magazine here. EuroViews is part of the […]

    Welcome to EuroViews 2010

      The theme of Euroviews 2010 was Energy and Sustainable Development, a policy field of
 growing importance in Europe. See the entire 2010 magazine here. EuroViews is part of the […]

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  • Two distilleries in Islay implement eco-friendly energy systems By Cristina Guardamino The Isle of Islay, in the west coast of Scotland, is home to some of the best-known Scots whiskies. […]

    The Power of Whisky

    Two distilleries in Islay implement eco-friendly energy systems By Cristina Guardamino The Isle of Islay, in the west coast of Scotland, is home to some of the best-known Scots whiskies. […]

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  • Sahara solar power is catching the eyes of investors around the world By: Heather Moore April 9, 2010 First Solar Inc. has become the first pure photovoltaic company and the […]

    Sahara power for Europe

    Sahara solar power is catching the eyes of investors around the world By: Heather Moore April 9, 2010 First Solar Inc. has become the first pure photovoltaic company and the […]

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  • Malaga: Getting Smarter? With Malaga recently adopted into the internationally known Smart City project, I look into how the funding is beginning to help move the coastal city to a […]

    Malaga: Getting Smarter?

    Malaga: Getting Smarter? With Malaga recently adopted into the internationally known Smart City project, I look into how the funding is beginning to help move the coastal city to a […]

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  • After equipping the city with solar panels, setting up educational programmes and promoting green energy, Barcelona now sets a new goal for the coming ten years: changing people’s lifestyle.

    Here comes the sun

    After equipping the city with solar panels, setting up educational programmes and promoting green energy, Barcelona now sets a new goal for the coming ten years: changing people’s lifestyle.

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  • For the very first time in the Olympic Games history, this term, that refears to an environmentally friendly policy towards the construction of infrastructures, appears in scene. By Jorge Moro […]

    Sustainability in London 2012

    For the very first time in the Olympic Games history, this term, that refears to an environmentally friendly policy towards the construction of infrastructures, appears in scene. By Jorge Moro […]

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  • A call for more “sustainable” and enviromentally-friendly tourism was the message from a mass protest against building a hotel on a beach in Vejer de La Frontera last week.  The hotel, scheduled to open in 2012, will sit 400 metres from the El Palmar beach.  

Tourism is the foundation of Spain’s economy. 
     But for a country that is the world’s second most popular tourist destination, the impacts of the industry can strain the nation’s resources.

    Sustainable tourism in Andalucía requires better water management

    A call for more “sustainable” and enviromentally-friendly tourism was the message from a mass protest against building a hotel on a beach in Vejer de La Frontera last week. The hotel, scheduled to open in 2012, will sit 400 metres from the El Palmar beach. Tourism is the foundation of Spain’s economy. But for a country that is the world’s second most popular tourist destination, the impacts of the industry can strain the nation’s resources.

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  • “We Have to Make Green Mainstream” Any event starts with the venue. Central London offers the world’s first sustainable nightclub, Surya, that generates parts of its own electricity. Its owner […]

    Sustainable Event Management – Club Surya

    “We Have to Make Green Mainstream” Any event starts with the venue. Central London offers the world’s first sustainable nightclub, Surya, that generates parts of its own electricity. Its owner […]

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  • The renovation of the notorious Angell Town Estate in London’s south is promoted as a success story. Sustainability is said to be the key for succcess to tackle social problems […]

    Green Housing Just Gadgetry?

    The renovation of the notorious Angell Town Estate in London’s south is promoted as a success story. Sustainability is said to be the key for succcess to tackle social problems […]

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  • Wind turbines are increasingly becoming a popular form of renewable green energy to combat the global climate change problem; however some of its critics claim that it actually does more harm to the environment than good.

By: Saravanan Sugumaran

    Wind Turbines -A problem in the making or a solution

    Wind turbines are increasingly becoming a popular form of renewable green energy to combat the global climate change problem; however some of its critics claim that it actually does more harm to the environment than good. By: Saravanan Sugumaran

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  • BY FRUD BEZHAN Scene of construction at HafenCity, Hamburg, one of the largest inner-city development projects in the world HafenCity, Hamburg- The waterfront in Germany’s second-largest city is a sea […]

    HafenCity: A Model of Sustainability

    BY FRUD BEZHAN Scene of construction at HafenCity, Hamburg, one of the largest inner-city development projects in the world HafenCity, Hamburg- The waterfront in Germany’s second-largest city is a sea […]

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  • Scotland is Europe’s windiest country, holding over 25% of the European wind capacity. Nevertheless, until 2001 the Scottish government didn’t put much effort in exploiting its biggest natural resource. Grid […]

    Scotland’s energy sector catches tailwinds

    Scotland is Europe’s windiest country, holding over 25% of the European wind capacity. Nevertheless, until 2001 the Scottish government didn’t put much effort in exploiting its biggest natural resource. Grid […]

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  • More than 29 million passengers a year, 26.000 jobs and 210 destinations: the Manchester Airports Group (MAG) plays a big role in the Northern English economy and society, but also […]

    Airport needs change of mentality

    More than 29 million passengers a year, 26.000 jobs and 210 destinations: the Manchester Airports Group (MAG) plays a big role in the Northern English economy and society, but also […]

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  • Catalonia, Barcelona: On top of a mountain just outside Barcelona stands the Sakya Tashi Ling Buddhist Monastery. Secluded from the rest of the Castelldefels community the monks, nuns and volunteers […]

    Buddhists Combat Climate Change

    Catalonia, Barcelona: On top of a mountain just outside Barcelona stands the Sakya Tashi Ling Buddhist Monastery. Secluded from the rest of the Castelldefels community the monks, nuns and volunteers […]

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  • 25 per cent of Europe’s wind capacity can be found in Scotland – good conditions for energy companies to make some profit. Now the UK government wants the wide public […]

    Blowing the electricity meter backwards

    25 per cent of Europe’s wind capacity can be found in Scotland – good conditions for energy companies to make some profit. Now the UK government wants the wide public […]

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  • GEJI is a project started in 2008 by four Australian and five European universities that are leaders in journalism education in their countries. By Asbjørn Slot Jørgensen The Global Environmental […]

    Climate Coverage: Journalists Collaborate on Global Level

    GEJI is a project started in 2008 by four Australian and five European universities that are leaders in journalism education in their countries. By Asbjørn Slot Jørgensen The Global Environmental […]

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  • TEXT and PHOTO Charlotte Boström Tidal water has existed longer than mankind. Nevertheless it is unexposed for commercial use so far. Now big money is being put into projects to […]

    Bright Future for Scottish Tidal Energy

    TEXT and PHOTO Charlotte Boström Tidal water has existed longer than mankind. Nevertheless it is unexposed for commercial use so far. Now big money is being put into projects to […]

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  • TEXT, PHOTO and VIDEO Charlotte Boström Scotland is described as the Saudi Arabia of marine energy. The goal is to become world famous for tidal and wave power. Outside the […]

    Scotland’s Green Goal: Become World Champions in Tidal Water Technology

    TEXT, PHOTO and VIDEO Charlotte Boström Scotland is described as the Saudi Arabia of marine energy. The goal is to become world famous for tidal and wave power. Outside the […]

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  • Facts about the capital’s latest project to fight against carbon emissions.

    GOOD TO KNOW – about London’s Low Carbon Zones

    Facts about the capital’s latest project to fight against carbon emissions.

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  • By Lisa-Maria Kretschmer Lambeth/London – London’s Low Carbon Zones sprang into life this March. Last autumn, Mayor Boris Johnson announced the ten boroughs in Britain’s capital which now get funding […]

    Tackling Crime and Climate Change

    By Lisa-Maria Kretschmer Lambeth/London – London’s Low Carbon Zones sprang into life this March. Last autumn, Mayor Boris Johnson announced the ten boroughs in Britain’s capital which now get funding […]

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  • APRIL 2010 Photos and text by Roos Mulders and Teresa Smith EDINBURGH – The Scottish government has vowed to create 60,000 new green jobs by 2020 and they’re rounding up […]

    The Hunt for Green Jobs in Scotland

    APRIL 2010 Photos and text by Roos Mulders and Teresa Smith EDINBURGH – The Scottish government has vowed to create 60,000 new green jobs by 2020 and they’re rounding up […]

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  • Text, photos and video by Thomas Bay Estrup HafenCity’s green profile has helped Hamburg earn the title of European Green Capital 2011. Yet the people who live in HafenCity are […]

    Green living on the waterfront in Hamburg

    Text, photos and video by Thomas Bay Estrup HafenCity’s green profile has helped Hamburg earn the title of European Green Capital 2011. Yet the people who live in HafenCity are […]

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  • Small villages in the Castilla y Leon province in the middle of Spain have fought and are still fighting there own battles against the effects of climate change. Over the […]

    Water, water, dónde estas?

    Small villages in the Castilla y Leon province in the middle of Spain have fought and are still fighting there own battles against the effects of climate change. Over the […]

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  • Samsoe – the Green Island is an international online project involving 31 journalism students from all over the world. Their aim is to provide coverage of Samsoe’s success in becoming […]

    Samsoe – the Green Island

    Samsoe – the Green Island is an international online project involving 31 journalism students from all over the world. Their aim is to provide coverage of Samsoe’s success in becoming […]

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