Not Another Hot Topic: In March 2019, one of the biggest youth environmental protests took place in more than 100 countries. How can the EU further contribute to the international dialogue in order to prevent permanent consequences of climate change?
The Arctic in Crisis: With global warming uncovering natural resources such as oil and gas in the Arctic Region, what position should the EU take in terms of a fair distribution of natural resources with the remaining global players in this region, considering the lack of stability of the Arctic ecosystem?
The European Youth on Strike: With their future at risk, millions of children and teenagers are on strike to call upon the politicians to take their future more serious, however, are still often regarded as insignificant. What should the EU do to ensure the future of its young?
Towards a Low-Carbon Society: Taking into consideration the EU’s Roadmap for moving to a competitive low-carbon economy in 2050, which further measures can the EU undertake in order to reach the ambitious target to reduce its CO2 emissions by 80% by 2050?
Oceans of Plastic: With the increasing issue of plastic waste around the world leading to the growth of microplastics in the oceans, how should the EU take responsibility for its waste and tackle the global growing problem of plastic waste?
Clean Energy for All: Sweden is a European leader in renewable energy. With a 52.6% share of energy from renewable sources in 2014, the country has already surpassed its own goal of supplying 50% of its energy from renewables by 2020. How can the EU ensure a secure and sustainable energy system across Member States whilst keeping in mind the EU 2030 energy targets?