What is the clean energy transition, and what does it mean for the Maltese Islands? These questions were central during the two-day Clean Energy Academy being organised by the EU's secretariat 'Clean energy for EU islands' in Valletta on Thursday 13 and Friday 14 October.
The aim of the direct action was to address the island-wide issues experienced as a result of extreme car dependence: pollution, noise and road safety concerns.
Friends of the Earth Malta condemns the illegal roadworks at the iconic Blue Lagoon in Comino. This has become a worrying trend
Friends of the Earth Malta's Climate Campaign Coordinator, Dr Suzanne Maas, was invited to speak on behalf of the organisation at the European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources (EUFORES) workshop on renewable energy and energy efficiency held at the Maltese Parliament.