If Slovakia wants to maintain its current level of industrial production, it must innovate. Investment decisions need to be made today, for which stable regulatory and legislative conditions are essential.

The European Commission has set up a legal framework to help countries achieve their climate targets - the "Fit for 55" legislative package. This has brought forward measures that will fundamentally affect the lives of ordinary people. Governments talk mainly about the costs of reducing emissions, but less is said about the benefits that the green economy will bring.

The circular economy is a key area for achieving the European Union's 2050 carbon neutrality target. The European Commission therefore plans to come up with new initiatives in the near future that will address all parts of the product life cycle. The first legislative package, the Sustainable Products Initiative, will see the light of day in December. It will be a cornerstone for building a circular economy. The aim of the package will be better quality and more sustainable products on the European market.

Although feminist foreign policy is a concept that has already been adopted by several European countries, it is still considered politically sensitive. Sweden, a pioneer of feminist foreign policy, argues that the attention this type of policy draws to itself through its name can also make it more accessible to the population as a whole.