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14 February 2020

The impacts of Climate Change are already apparent and measurable

According to the World Bank it is estimated that natural disasters cost about US$ 18 Billion a year in low-and middle-income countries through damage to power generation and transport ...
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14 February 2020

Epidemics and Pandemics: A World at risk

The current COVID19 epidemic is a very serious threat to the world (Re.WHO-Feb.2020). A World at risk is the title of the first report from the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB) dated ...
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28 January 2020

The needs of a Growing Global Population pose a threat to our Planet

The world’s population now stands at 7.8 billion. We are adding over 200,000 people to our planet every day. As a result, by 2025 world population will be over 8 billion people and is ...
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28 January 2020

Cyber-criminality is a major Challenge for all democratic societies

The magnitude of the threat posed by cyber criminality is beyond doubt. State security services and experts agree that cyber attacks are rising steadily across the world. The perpetrators of such ...
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10 January 2020

Technological Domination will be a crucial Challenge for the Years to come

The battle for technological leadership between the world's two majors powers will undoubtedly be fierce. The clearest case in this respect was that of Huawei -the Chinese giant telecom ...
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10 January 2020

Some essential highlights from the Climate Risk Index 2020

The Climate Risk Index (CRI) analyzes to what extent countries across the world have been affected by impacts of extreme weather effects such as storms, floods and heat waves. The five countries ...
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13 December 2019

The spread of Fake News on social media is a real Threat to our Democracies

There is increasing evidence that organized social media manipulation campaigns have targeted 70 countries across the globe in 2019, up from 48 countries in 2018 and 28 countries in 2017. And ...
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13 December 2019

The Work-Life Balance: a topic for everyday discussion

We know that some International Organizations produce bulky reports that are seldom read. There are also numerous studies which are of limited value. We wish to call into question, for example, the ...
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27 November 2019

There are some Good Signs and some Bad in the Battle against Climate Change

The unwillingness of many governments to fight climate change but at the same time the commitment of many other governments to protect our planet send conflicting signals to populations across the ...
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27 November 2019

Europeans are faced with an aging population and ultimately with Demographic Decline

In 2018, nearly one fifth of the EU population was aged 65 and more. And the share of people aged 80 years or more should double by 2100 to reach almost 15% of the whole population (Re.Eurostat). ...
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