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03
May
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Housing Power, the Future of Spending Power? Consequences for Transport

“Give back housing power to the people” is a nice motto, in this new era of high interest rates, of obscene real estate prices in inner cities, and more than a decade after the subprime crisis. A difficult challenge, though…

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03
May
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Global Status of Carbon Capture Projects

Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies are designed to reduce the amount of carbon

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26
Apr
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On Low-Carbon Electricity Supply

Stellantis is a major, global car manufacturer. And its CEO is not a yes-man, Carlos Tavares’ career is proof of this. Having pulled out of the European car manufacturers’ association, ACEA, one of his key messages is that imposing electric vehicles (EV) in new sales in Europe in 2035 is putting the cart before the horse…

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19
Apr
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Mapping the Uncertain Future: The Blind Leading the Blind

Until the 17th century, the multi-millennium long quasi-stagnation of humankind, since we left hunting-gathering for

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13
Apr
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Safety: The Battery Electric Vehicle Blind Spot?

Batteries, in their most recent lithium-ion version, are ubiquitous in our everyday life, in smartphones,

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06
Apr
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When It Comes to Climate in the EU, Ships Are Neither Airplanes Nor Road Vehicles

Consistency in regulatory approach would certainly help citizens regain some trust in the value of

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