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“Give us back abundant and cheap energy” says Samuele Furfari, Professor of Geopolitics of Energy, Senior retired European Commission official, President of the European Society of Engineers and Industrialists Doctor of Applied Sciences, Polytechnic
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As the epidemic of Covid-19 reaches its peak and slowly recedes, the media, the politicians, and the intellectuals are actively sharing their thoughts about the post-Covid future. Some are active
On 8 august 2019, the IPCC published its report “ Climate Change and Land”. It is one of three special reports that the IPCC is preparing during the current Sixth