Python-written corpus analysis of the European Union foreign policy statements from 2014 to June 2020.
As a species, humankind has probably never been as powerful as today. In the course of the last thousands of years, we have become dominant on Earth, domesticating certain types of animals and plants or creating new ones to fulfil the needs of an endlessly growing population.
Though being an important source of GHG emissions, residential buildings are not being renovated at the pace required for the EU to reach climate neutrality by 2050. This paper argues for the creation, at the level of municipalities, of EU-supported home equity release schemes in order to accelerate renovation, densify housing areas and provide support to low-income, aged homeowners-occupants.
Python-run data analysis of the beneficiaries of the EU Common Agricultural Policy in Poland for the year 2018.
Essay selected for the semi-final phase of the Global Challenges Prize 2017: A New Shape – Remodelling Global Cooperation.