ConsEUmer podcast / EP110: Popular plants, Paris bans e-scooters, and UK immigration debates (w/ Adam Bartha)

In this week’s episode of ConsEUmer: 🍔 Plant-based alternatives are gaining market share in Europe 🛴 Paris residents vote to ban rental e-scooters 🇬🇧 New immigration bill in the UK causes debate (w/ Adam Bartha) You can follow Adam Bartha on Twitter @bartha_adam. April 6, 2023 Follow ConsEUmer wherever you get your podcasts: Apple: podcasts:

The trouble with King Charles’ unorthodox views on modern farming

During his long tenure as the successor to the throne, then-Prince Charles was a defender of the environment. The Prince of Wales website underlines the use of “his unique position to champion action for a sustainable future.”He testifies to having made changes in his own lifestyle that made him more eco-friendly: running his Aston Martin luxury car on surplus […]

ConsEUmer podcast / EP87: Truss time, Veganism fact-checked, and Protests in CZ (w/ Martin Pánek)

In this week’s ConsEUmer podcast: 🇬🇧 The UK has a new Prime Minister 🥗 Politico fact-checks claims on global veganism 🇨🇿 Protests in the Czech Republic (w/ Martin Pánek) You can follow Martin Pánek on Twitter @mmister. Check out these websites if you want support Ukraine financially: September 8, 2022 Follow ConsEUmer wherever […]

ConsEUmer podcast / EP63: War in Europe (w/ Ihor Masiakin)

Today’s episode of ConsEUmer is fully dedicated to talking about the situation in Ukraine. Our guest this week is Ihor Masiakin from Ukraine. 🇺🇦 Check out these websites if you want support Ukraine financially: Note: Apologies for the drop notification sound in the background. I’ve edited it out as much as I could […]

[Podcast] Oppen Dieren Episod 13: Franséisch Presidence vun der EU

Déi dräizéngt Episod vum neie Podcast “Oppen Dieren” ass disponibel um Lëtzebuerger Journal. Dir fannt déi ganz Episod andeems dir HEI klickt. Hei ass een Teaser: Dir kënnt onofhängege Journalismus ënnerstëtze andeems dir iech op de Lëtzebuerger Journal abonnéiert. Méi Informatioune fannt dir op

The EU should follow the UK’s lead on harm reduction at FCTC COP next week

The World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC COP) is coming up next week, after having been cancelled last year. The meeting will assess the progress of WHO states in their reduction of smoking rates and continue its recommendations to curb the use of tobacco products. Curiously, in the conversations over the last […]