Malta’s transport crisis stems from a reluctance to question the dominant car industry.Read More What do we overlook when an efficient transport system is all we want?
Common understandings of the environment think of it as something ‘out there’ that is separate from us. A different understanding of the environment, however, may be key to solving our current socio-ecological crises.Read More What is the environment, really?
Does Malta understand what’s wrong with its transport system, or is it just looking for another “amongst the first in the world” title?Read More A Simple Route to Better Public Transport
Since 1978, through the United Nations, the term “Sustainability” has been brought forward in a wide array of literature, which ranges from policies to technological articles, and regulation. This was triggered by the early effects of Climate Change, which compared to the effects we are feeling today, are minimal. Humankind’s rapid development since the dawn […]Read More B.Sustainable – Implementing the politics
The Budget presented for 2020 was for the most part a pretty uneventful budget. The budget very clearly showed that the country is in surplus, with its strict emphasis on the fact that this was the third consecutive budget without an increase in taxes. The budget was also full of tax rebates and one-offs meant […]Read More ASCS Review on Budget 2020
The Budget presented by the government yesterday, for 2019, is another step in the right direction, particularly in social issues. That being said, ASCS would like to express its concern regarding matters that have not been given the adequate attention. The fact that for the second consecutive year, the budget does not include any additional […]Read More ASCS Review on Budget 2019
Last week EY presented their annual Malta Attractiveness Survey. This annual event presents findings from a survey carried out by EY on whether investors find Malta attractive for investment or not, based on different aspects of the country. At a glance results were positive however it is worth mentioning that they did take a dip […]Read More Attractiveness Survey Review
The yearly Budget is once again upon us where measures relating to all the sectors were presented. The first thing that hits the eye is the fact that Malta has achieved better credit rating from both Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings which is always beneficial to our economy. ASCS feels that all the measures […]Read More ASCS Review on Budget 2018
The Budget for the government’s third year has once again taken a step forward in ensuring that the rewards of economic growth are enjoyed by all sectors of society. While the first two budgets were aimed at stabilising the economy and focusing on economic growth and the creation of new jobs, this year the government […]Read More ASCS | Review of the 2017 Budget