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Fridays for Future comes back

Europe bad and good By 24 July, 2020 No Comments

This Autumn, the school strike movement Fridays For Future calls for a global climate action day. On September 25th, demonstrations and manifestations will take place all across the globe, all adjusted according to Covid-19 circumstances. During the last few months, the Covid-19 pandemic has forced activists to find new ways of protest and use digital activism to demand climate action, as marches have not been appropriate. The 25th of September will be the first global action day of the year.

European Top egamers are in Denmark

Jobs By 14 July, 2020 No Comments

90 of the top 500 eSports gamers of 2020 so far are from the USA. Brazilian gamers will earn the most by the end of 2020 – an average estimated €99,548.97 each according to “Compare”! Denmark takes second place, with an average estimated total of €96,254.03 per gamer. Renowned for their skill in online gaming, China only place in eighth – gamers will earn €70,067.22 on average.

UK offers low salaries for digital marketers

Jobs By 13 July, 2020 No Comments

Japan is the country offering the highest salaries for Digital Marketeers (€63,964), while the United Kingdom offers the lowest salary for Digital Marketing Managers (€35,920). A Digital Marketeer’s salary can increase by approximately €30,000 depending on their years of experience. Web Developers, E-Commerce Managers and PR Managers are the highest earners amongst digital careers.

Covid can be an opportunity for Tunisia

Jobs By 2 July, 2020 No Comments

Tunisia’s recent presidential and parliamentary elections, held in September and October 2019, were major milestones in its democratization process. But the rise of anti-party figures and radical movements reminded Tunisia’s political elites – and European onlookers – that deep socio-economic challenges continue to destabilize the country’s fragile political system.  Against this backdrop, covid-19 has exacerbated long-term challenges such as an economic crisis, social and regional inequality, inadequate healthcare, and intensifying political instability. This will test the capacity and unity of the ruling coalition in significant ways. But, critically, it also provides a moment of opportunity to press ahead with much-needed reforms.

The circular economy is the solution in this crisis

Europe bad and good By 25 June, 2020 No Comments

According to research from Accenture, the circular economy could generate 4.5 trillion US dollars’ worth of additional economic output by 2030. The research identifies circular business models that will help decouple economic growth from natural resource consumption while driving greater competitiveness. The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra is an active fund for the future. We aim to create a fair and sustainable future, in other words, the next era of well-being. We work with partners to ensure that Finland can lead the way in the transition to a fair and competitive carbon-neutral circular economy – a new society in which our everyday lives and well-being are no longer based on excessive consumption and fossil fuel use.