Europe’s shale gas reserves are almost as big as America’s, but many countries have either banned fracking completely or are experiencing difficulties due to citizens’ opposition and technical challenges. Despite the Ukrainian crisis and its dependence on Russian imports, Europe is still indecisive about pushing forward with shale gas fracking.
Whereas white-haired men are a common sight on TV screens, the same cannot be said for women who look over 50. A youth bias toward women is partially responsible for this, but that is not the whole story.
Sechs Monate lang beschäftigte sich Student Reporter mit der Zukunft urbaner Mobilität in der Schweiz. Dabei entstanden Texte und Radiobeiträge, ein Film und eine Kunstintervention. Ein Rückblick – und Gedanken zum Thema Selbstbeschränkung.
One of the current issues with expanding drone use is that there isn’t much legal precedent. Although some Supreme Court cases have established precedents for issues that apply to UAS—aerial surveillance, for example—none of the cases are particularly recent.
As part of Norway’s growing agricultural awareness movement, the city of Bergen developed a program to lease out pieces of farmland known as “parsellhager,” or “garden parcels.” The only requirement a city-based farmer has to comply with is to grow just organic produce.
Media workers in Germany have gathered to demand better representation of women at the top. Despite many positive responses, no new law has been implemented, and media companies don’t dare to make commitments. Too few women are involved in decision-making processes in the German media landscape.