EU enlargement: a missed opportunity?

From Turkey to Serbia, from Montenegro to Kosovo. Many countries have the ambition to enter the European Union. Hever, many hurdles lie ahead. Starting from the respect of the rule of law. Download the video

EBU : what does it mean?

EBU is the European Broadcasting Union, a network of European broadcasters, born in the 50s. Not much known by the larger public, it is the main engine of quite popular shows, such as the Eurovison song contest. Download the video

The EU and the space economy

Although the EU plans to invest fresh resources in the so called space economy, the gap with the US remains wide. Download the video

Housings’ critical increasing in Europe

In just one year, from 2020 to 2021 across the European Union, house prices increased by 9.2%. New needs related to space after the various lockdowns experienced by Europeans and the introduction of smartworking are leveling the prices up. In some countries, however, the growth trend seems unstoppable for years. Over the past 12 years […]

The rise of e-sports in Europe

In the last two years the number of spectators of e-sports has doubled in Europe. A study conducted on 20 thousand European citizens in 12 Member States show that the spectators most interested in the phenomenon are Poles, Spaniards and Italians between the ages of 26 and 40. Download the video

Some European cities has made public transportation free

For nine years in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, buses and trams have been free for residents only. In Luxembourg, in addition to trams and buses, trains are also free, excluding first class. The 41 million euros of missed tickets sold in the Grand Duchy are offset by an increase of taxes. Download the video

The European Green capital

Grenoble was the first French city to adopt a climate plan to cut emissions, as well as the first to elect a mayor from the ranks of the Greens. But the reasons why the European Commission awarded it are many Download the video

The EU plan to build a tobacco-free Generation by 2040

Tobacco use is the largest avoidable health risk and the most significant cause of premature death in the EU. About 700,000 people die each year from cigarettes. A slight improvement can be seen in young people whose smoking rate between 15 and 24 years dropped from 29% in 2017 to 20% in 2020 Download the […]

Nuclear energy lovers are making a comeback

At least 10 European states, including Poland, Czechia and France, are calling for the EU to include nuclear power as a sustainable investment to achieve climate neutrality. The EU Commissioner for Energy, Kadri Simson, has proposed to invest up to 50 billion euros to renovate the plants and maintain current production levels up to 2050. […]