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Ship design can make or break the decarbonisation of the maritime industry – interview with Eglë Mikalauskienė, Western Baltic Engineering

Eglë Mikalauskienė, head of sales and marketing at Western Baltic Engineering speaks about the role of LNG as a transitional fuel and the replicability of electric passengers ferries in other countries of CEE. 

The lesson is to diversify before the crisis takes place – interview with Jurgita Šilinskaitė-Venslovienė, Head of LNG Commerce at Klaipėdos Nafta 

Jurgita Šilinskaitė-Venslovienė, the Head of LNG Commerce at Klaipėdos Nafta speaks about the crucial role of LNG in ensuring the security of supply for the whole Baltics and the importance of diversifying technologies as well.

Central Europe should aim for green strategic autonomy in the wake of Russian aggression

Tim Gore (IEEP) and Tomas Jungwirth (AMO) write about how it is in Central Europe’s national interest to cut its dependency on Russian energy and material exports. CEE should embrace green strategic autonomy as the foundation of peace and security in the region.

Ukraine’s accelerated EU accession from a green perspective

Tibor Schaffhauser, Co-founder of the Green Policy Center writes about the opportunity for Ukraine to gain admission to the EU, reviewing the climate policy aspects and examining whether the country is adequately prepared for it.

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