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Eradicating violence against women is the task of society as a whole

Today, 25 November, is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. As stated by UN Women, “to effectively combat gender-based violence, it is necessary to understand the issue”, what it is, where it comes from. Obviously I am not an authoritative voice or expert on this topic, but as a result of […]

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Speaking of energy security, data versus alarmism

The economic recovery around the world is having a common denominator: very high volatility. In this context, known to all, energy is once again in the spotlight. On the one hand, because we are living in a situation of high energy prices that has a serious impact on industries and households, in short, on people’s […]

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The renewable energy that can contribute most to the circular economy: biogas

Did you know that from the waste from the distillation of a Scotch whisky, you can generate a 100 % sustainable fuel to power a fleet of trucks? This innovative Glenfiddich initiative, which I read about in the press a few weeks ago, is just one example of why biogas — in this case purified, […]

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