Publications

Meat Atlas - Facts and figures about the animals we eat

Food is a necessity. And it’s very personal. Satisfaction reflects ethical decisions, and private concerns can be very political in nature. We are more and more alienated from what is on our plates and in our hands, so responsible food consumption is something that an increasing number of people demand. These people need information on which to base their decisions and to answer their questions.

This publication sheds light on the impacts of meat and dairy production, and aims to catalyse the debate over the need for better, safer and more sustainable food and farming.

Perspectives Issue #5 - December 2013 - 20 Years Since Oslo: Palestinian Perspectives

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Issue #5 of Perspectives provides space for on-the-ground analysis by Palestinian writers, thinkers and politicians of very different backgrounds in order to explore the Oslo Accords 20 years after their signing from a Palestinian perspective. Perspectives is a quarterly journal dedicated to highlighting research and debate from authors who mostly live and work in the region. It is jointly edited and published by the three HBS offices located in Tunis, Beirut and Ramallah. 

Nuclear Power in a Post-Fukushima World

As one of the panelists of the public debate on nuclear energy that was organized by Heinrich Boll Foundation, EDAMA and IUCN in 2011, Mycle Schneider, independent nuclear and energy policy analyst, aimed at providing the audience with some background information and data on the state of the nuclear industry.

Presentation on Nuclear Power in a Post-Fukushima World

As one of the panelists of the public debate on nuclear energy that was organized by Heinrich Boll Foundation, EDAMA and IUCN in 2011, Mycle Schneider, independent nuclear and energy policy analyst, aimed at providing the audience with some background information and data on the state of the nuclear industry

"The Myths about Nuclear Energy"

The Myths about Nuclear Energy – How the Energy Lobby is Pulling the Wool over our Eyes” by Gerd Rosenkranz. 25 years after Chernobyl, the worst nuclear accident until now, history is repeating itself. Last year’s events in Japan highlighted once again the destructive potential of nuclear energy

The Economics of Nuclear Power: An Update

"The Economics of Nuclear Power: An Update" by Steve Thomas who aims to identify the key economic parameters of nuclear power commenting on their determining factors and to review the assumptions of main forecasts from the past five years to identify how and why these forecasts differ. The paper also identifies what guarantees and subsidies the government might have to take to allow nuclear plants to be ordered

Marginal Oil: What is driving oil companies dirtier and deeper?

With conventional oil production in decline, the global oil industry is investing heavily in dirtier and riskier forms of unconventional oil such as heavy crude, tar sands, and oil shale. These investments pose a challenge to the climate, the environment, and local communities. This report is a document that describes the drivers behind marginal oil investments and gives an overview of existing and potential projects across the globe

Perspectives Issue #4 - November 2012 - Qatar: Aspirations and Realties

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In the newest issue of Perspectives: Political Analysis and Commentary from the Middle East & North Africa, the authors explore a political actor in the Gulf region who is becoming more visible, seemingly more engaged in navigating these uncertainties, and in filling the gaps in the political scene: The state of Qatar. Perspectives is a quarterly journal dedicated to highlighting research and debate from authors who live and work in the region. It is now jointly edited and published by the three HBS offices located in Tunis, Beirut and Ramallah

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