Ten years after the Great Recession, Luxembourg moves to the left

Cheers and dances filled Sunday’s election night after politicians and activists frantically calculated the numerical options for future coalitions. Much is at stake. Those continuing to rule, or those getting into power, will be the ones to appoint high-level bureaucrats, allow more candidates to enter parliament (since Luxembourgish ministers do not keep their seats in […]

Quoted by RecyclingPortal

I was quoted by RecyclingPortal on the European Union’s new plastics directive. You can read the full quote down below, and on their website.

Can the government speed up innovation?

The European Union is demanding that vehicles see considerable reductions in CO2 emissions by setting ambitious targets in the years to come. However, politicians fail to understand that it’s economic incentives that drive innovation, not fines and subsidies.

Questions to ask your MEP candidates

In May of 2019, voters of European Union member states will elect a new European Parliament (EP), which will become the basis for the establishment of a new European Commission. Thousands of hopeful candidates are standing for election in the individual states, and voters  should ask some essential questions before entering the voting booth.

[REPORTAGE] Reaktiounen am Ausland op Lëtzebuerger Walen

Dëse Reportage gouf fir RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg produzéiert, an ass de 16. Oktober ausgestraalt ginn. No de Chamberswahlen e Sonnden gouf och am Ausland reagéiert. E bësse schnell huet EUObserver zu Bréissel schon um Méinden de Moie geschriwwen dass de Premierminister Xavier Bettel géing um Pouvoir bleiwen. De fréiere belsche Premier a Chef vun der […]