Our goal is to save the Baltic Sea and its tributaries. By partnering with you, we see opportunities to get our message (or a partnership with you would give us the opportunity to get our message) and to make people aware of life beneath the surface. Thanks to this you could make an active choice to support biodiversity and living water.
The European Union is currently gearing its forces to become a world champion of low carbon economic development, with Germany providing the lead in the form of the Energiewende. The ambitious and far-reaching objectives of this process have attracted a significant amount of academic and media attention, not the least due to the radical political, social and economic transformations that they require and foresee.
What is potentially less well known, however, are the ways in which efforts to promote new patterns of energy production and consumption within the European Union are impacting the policies of countries across the 28-nation bloc and beyond it. In particular, it remains unclear where the rising demand for ‘green’ energy will be met within Europe’s increasingly integrated energy market
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