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Economy & Jobs 15-07-2020

STEM skills: Mind the gap!

We often hear from policymakers, media and employer groups that the EU faces a shortage in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills. However, what we rarely hear are specific details of what those skills shortages actually are and —...
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Economy & Jobs 10-02-2014

EUnited President: Manufacturers are the backbone of Europe’s Economy

I am Markus Asch, Vice Chairman of cleaning equipment manufacturer Kärcher and President of EUnited, the association representing leading engineering equipment suppliers in Europe.
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Economy & Jobs 14-11-2013

Orgalime Testimonial: Klaus Schneider, CEIR

CEIR joined Orgalime in 2012 as an associate member. Klaus Schneider, President of CEIR, cites Orgalime amongst other things as "Value for money...professional...know how to move in a political environment...". Learn more about Orgalime at: http://www.orgalime.org
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What do European metal, engineering and technology-based industries need from the EU?

CEEMET President Sakari Tamminen discusses the policy environment European metal, engineering, and technology industries require to stay internationally competitive and profitable in today’s world.   CEEMET Represents metal, engineering and technology employers in 23 countries, with 200,000 member companies directly employing over 13 million people.  
Development Policy 28-08-2009

Artificial trees proposed as planet saviours

Engineers are floating artificial trees that catch CO2 from the atmosphere as a strategy to avoiding runaway climate change. But critics sound alarm that tempering with the climate is dangerous and only global agreement on slashing CO2 emissions can get to the root of the problem.