IPCC report: "We still have it in our own hands"

Matthias Garschagen |  LMU Munich

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has presented its final report and has tightened its warnings. The international community must act now to limit the damage caused by climate change. Co-author Garschagen explains why. tagesschau.de: You now have several days with colleagues from all over the world Synthesis Report of the IPCC filed – how … Read more

“104 billion dollars” of damage in Turkey: Europe announces aid of one billion euros

The European Commission pledged on Monday to pay one billion euros in aid for the reconstruction of Turkey and 108 million in humanitarian assistance to Syria after the earthquake of February 6 which killed more than 56,000 people in these two country. At an international donors’ conference in Brussels, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen … Read more

Pnrr, Gentiloni: “Nobody talks about it, it’s an urgent problem”. Openpolis: government has not completed even one of the 12 deadlines at the end of March

The real problem is the implementation of the Pnrr: the warning comes from the European commissioner for economic affairs, Paul Gentiloniwhen there are now less than two weeks left before the next decisive deadline for the disbursement of European funds to theItaly. In fact, by 31 March, the government must complete the goals pre-set for … Read more

Montpellier: Paul-Valéry University still blocked by students mobilized against pension reform

Several campus walls now bear student demands.

This Monday, March 20 marks a new day of blocking at the Paul-Valéry University in Montpellier in opposition, among other things, to the pension reform. The students voted to renew the movement until the withdrawal of the reform already voted last week thanks to 49.3. The alleys of the Paul-Valéry University in Montpellier, yet usually … Read more

Keep burglars out with these simple tips

According to the results of the latter Security monitor, a major survey by the government to obtain information on security issues, among other things, 33% of citizens experience domestic burglaries as a major neighborhood problem. No fewer than 60% indicate this crime phenomenon as a top priority for the police. “And not unjustly. After an … Read more

CD&V wants to get rid of ‘1 plus 1 free’, but not everyone is enthusiastic: “Not a new idea, and little substantiation”

Retail expert Gino Van Ossel

“Today we see that the pendulum has swung and promotions are emerging up to 1+3 or 1+5 free. This creates a competitive battle in which only the largest chains can continue to survive and in which the food producer, namely the farmer, becomes the victim,” says CD&V Member of Parliament Leen Dierick, who is submitting … Read more

French journalist Olivier Dubois, hostage in the Sahel, was released after 711 days in detention

Olivier Dubois on his arrival at Niamey airport.

the essential After nearly 23 months in detention, journalist Olivier Dubois, who was detained in the Sahel, has been released. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) expressed its “tremendous relief” after 711 days of captivity. French journalist Olivier Dubois was released nearly two years after his abduction by jihadists in Mali, and arrived at Niamey airport in … Read more