Sustainable development requires human ingenuity. People are the most important resource. We should never forget that competitive sustainability has always been at the heart of our social market economy.

The concept of sustainability is deeply rooted in European policies, where over 40 years ago, Europe set up some of the world’s highest environmental standards and ambitious climate policies and championed the Paris Agreement.

Sustainable development is a key element underpinning the notion of sustainability, which has been at the heart of the European project from the start and is enshrined in the various European Treaties which give recognition to its economic, social and environmental dimensions that should be tackled simultaneously. Development must meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Sustainable Industry

The European Pact for Sustainable Industry aims at making the European Green Deal a success, by scaling up the impact of individual efforts made by companies, industry federations, and European policymakers and leaders.

The Circular Economy

A new Circular Economy Action Plan has been adopted by the European Commission, which constitutes one of the main pillars of the European Green Deal, Europe’s new agenda for sustainable growth.

The Green Economy

The ‘green economy’ has emerged as a priority in policy debates in recent years. Certain key objectives and targets have been set out by the EU in its environmental policy and legislation, covering the period of 2010 to 2050.

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Sustainable Aquaculture Production in the Maltese Islands

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Introduction Selling fish in the market begins with marketable-sized and good-quality fish. Cultivated juveniles (or fingerlings) and fry, as free-swimming fish, are stocked into a rearing habitat. This provides them…
The Farm to Fork Strategy

Tackling Climate Change through the Farm to Fork Strategy

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The overwhelming and quite unknown fact regarding food supply is that approximately a third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions stems from food systems and food production. For this reason,…
Project Deep See

Project Deep SEE

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We are honored to introduce Ede Kossari Tarnik to the Green Deal platform! Project “Deep SEE” aims to characterize the microplastic pollution of the Maltese nearshore waters from an innovative perspective…

Sustainable Buildings in Malta – Green Structure, Design and Development

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We are honored to introduce Catherine Hurley to the Green Deal platform! In her article, Catherine Hurley gives an overview of how sustainable buildings can impact our environment. She further explains how…

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