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CO2 on the plate

By | Whitepaper

Food, both in terms of its means of production and its worldwide consumption, is one of the major issues to tackle in a near future. The problem is even more baffling when we realize we are already producing more than we should….

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De basis voor succesvol groen investeren

By | Whitepaper

Op dezelfde dag dat de Green Deal is gepresenteerd door de Europese Commissie, werd een classificeringssysteem voor duurzame investeringen afgewezen door Europese lidstaten. Het doel van deze ‘groene lijst’ was het inzien of een investering bij zou dragen aan het verminderen van broeikasgassen

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Air quality: Pollution and solutions

By | Whitepaper

Breathe in, breathe out. How could a simple and indispensable routine become a major problem?Air pollution is old, it has accompanied civilizations since humans created the first fires. Once local, it has now incrementally become a global challenge. When cities grow and get crowded, they must face significant air pollution issues and must organise themselves to contain them.

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A Belgian situation: The mobility budget as a competitor to company cars?

By | Whitepaper

2,300,000,000 €. That is the estimated amount of traffic-congestion costs for Belgium in 2018. It might not come as a surprise: Belgium and mobility have never been a match made in heaven. With Brussels being the capital of Europe, in addition to ill-conceived roadways and financially attractive company car policies, the amount of traffic jams has only been increasing over recent years.

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Sustainability in the beer sector in the Netherlands: What are the difference between craft & large beer manufacturer?

By | Whitepaper

Research carried out by our team in the Netherlands has uncovered that the Dutch craft beer sector is struggling with becoming more sustainable. The main difficulties that are being faced by the brewers are the small-scale nature of the breweries and the uncertainty regarding the willingness to pay for sustainable beer by Dutch consumers…

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Shaping our electrical future: Moving towards an integrated European Network

By | Whitepaper

High Voltage Grid Cooperation in Europe is one of the main components of the up-and-coming EU internal electricity market, developed under the previous Commission with the noteworthy collaboration of the Council and the Parliament. In practice, High Voltage Grid Cooperation occurs through cross-border interconnection cables that allow countries to trade electricity through basic supply and demand principles. Strategically, high voltage integration and flow management requires strong and arduous cooperation between the national Transmission System Operators (TSOs) in order to reach commercial and operational harmonization. However, the result is worth the trouble of adapting the electricity market to all the ways in which it has and need to evolve.

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Greenfish’s 18th Edition of the European Mobility Week

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From September 16th to 22nd, the European Commission launched the 18th edition of the European Mobility Week. This year’s edition focused on safe walking and cycling with the slogan: Walk with us! At the end of every mobility week, a car free day in the cities. This alternative, greener way of transportation is perfectly in line with our Greenfish values. It is thus quite logical that our company took part in the campaign and engaged in mobility initiatives to inspire our colleagues to use greener means of transport…

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