• Malta’s Environment Wishlist

    John Paul Cauchi

    In this election cycle, with political parties promising the earth and sky and everything in between, the environment of our country is often used as a trading card in party leader’s desperate attempts to get people to vote for them. With the oft-embarrassing track record on the environment of both ...

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  • The ‘I want it all’ Syndrome

    John Paul Cauchi

    It is clear to all that as time goes by and the general level of wealth of the Maltese increases (I’m not commenting about the increasing wealth gap here as that deserves a post on its own ) we Maltese are becoming more… shall we say daring in what we ...

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  • The Orange Man and Environmental Policy

    John Paul Cauchi

    And so it has happened. The Unites States has elected Donald Trump, a wild card for American politics, as its leader for the next four years. Cue silent agonising screams of the heart. I will not go into his statements and scandals – there are tomes to write about that. ...

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  • Third day musings

    Mario Gerada

    “The garden is the only living art work that men can do, and in which the walker enters an experience that transforms him by returning to his own origins.” Fernando Caruncho Like our bodies, plants don’t lie. And yet, many of us seem to have been completely disconnected from that ...

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  • Defending the Common Good

    John Paul Cauchi

    In this small country of ours, we often find ourselves wondering whether we have any concept of common good, or as it is more commonly known – public good. Some of you might say that we have a social welfare system that, despite its many faults, ensures that a common ...

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  • Towards a more balanced approach to hunting

    Christian Colombo

    Hunting is becoming an ever increasing point of polarisation. Someone who can honestly understand both sides of the argument is hard to come by – anyone with an informed opinion is usually either totally in favour or staunchly against it. I think that the problem here lies in the fundamental ...

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