A conversation with Investigate Europe's journalist Ingeborg Eliassen about the role of vaccine nationalism in the fight against Covid-19, and how alliances have been established to ensure fairer access.
Altri episodi di "Investigate Europe"
The desolate state of European railways
19:31Reporter Attila Kálmán describes the recent investigation of the cross-border team at Investigate Europe, which looks at European railways. Trains don't make for a vibrant transport modality even though the EU has publicly proclaimed its enthusiasm for a 'road to rail' shift. Given that trains are a far more environmentally-friendly alternative to road transportation, why are they being under-invested in? Attila tries to shed some light on this.
The story of Investigate Europe
20:15In this episode, we take a break from the "behind the scenes" perspectives from our investigations, and take a look at the bigger picture. Elisa Simantke, Editorial Director and one of the founding members of IE, speaks with us about how this journalism cooperative came into existence and what the future holds.
Grey gold — The billion Euro business of elder care
24:19Across Europe, elderly people and their relatives are sharing a terrible experience: understaffed with overworked caregivers, the situation in care homes can become a threat to the lives of residents. The Covid-19 pandemic caused an escalation of the already dire circumstances in many countries. But while there is a shortage of care workers almost everywhere given the ever-growing number of people in need, international corporations and financial investors are making huge profits. IE journalist Harald Schumann, who was one of the coordinators of this investigation, speaks with host Oliver Moldenhauer about the findings.
Le double standard alimentaire en EuropeLe journaliste suédois d'Investigate Europe, Sigrid Melchior, a parlé au micro du podcast Investigate Europe sur l'enquête cross-border sur le double standard alimentaire en Europe.
Food duality in Europe
16:14Polish reporter Food duality in Europe Wojciech Cieśla spoke to the Investigate Europe podcast about co-coordinating the cross-border effort to uncover food duality in Europe.
Le traité sur la charte de l'énergie
9:46La journaliste Leïla Miñano nous explique ce qu'est le Traité sur la charte de l'énergie, comment il fonctionne, et en quoi il menace directement les volontés politiques en faveur du climat. Spoiler : c'est grâce à un réseau de tribunaux internationaux d'arbitrage, qui accordent des millions d'euros de dédommagement à des investisseurs du secteur de l'énergie.
18:06Der Energie-Charta-Vertrag erlaubt es Energie-Konzernen Staaten vor Schattengerichten auf Milliarden-Entschädigungen zu verklagen, wenn die aus Öl und Kohle aussteigen. Investigate-Europe-Reporter Nico Schmidt spricht über ein kaum bekanntes Abkommen und weshalb es das Erreichen von Europas Klimazielen gefährden könnte.
The Energy Charter Treaty
21:15Journalist Leïla Miñano explains what the Energy Charter Treaty is, how it works, and why it poses a threat to climate-friendly legislation, thanks to a network of international arbitration tribunals that award millions in compensation to energy investors.
Covid-19 vaccine nationalism
19:10A conversation with Investigate Europe's journalist Ingeborg Eliassen about the role of vaccine nationalism in the fight against Covid-19, and how alliances have been established to ensure fairer access.
Europe's Gas TrapIn this episode of the Investigate Europe, Maria Maggiore explains the findings behind our recent investigation on Europe's gas trap. IE's findings, as Maggiore points out, work against Europe's ambitious climate goals. Currently, there are gas projects worth at least €104 billion underway or in planning. Despite environmental risks, fossil-based gas projects have been guaranteed funding by the EU. Plus, Maggiore explains, the hand of the gas lobby in Brussels is very powerful.