Ambassador Lambert reflects on challenges and opportunities for his native country and on a bilateral level when it comes to climate challenges, military cooperation and trade. He also shares his enthusiasm on the new smart port in Antwerp.
Then Delano is in conversation with Kleos Space CEO Andy Bowyer on the company’s investments, satellite cluster launches and more.
Also in this issue:
• Justice minister Sam Tanson (déi Gréng) on reforms and security
• The long-term impact of Xavier Bettel’s 2011 Luxembourg City municipal elections win;
• Isabel Høg-Jensen, Alfi working group chair, on Nordic funds;
• Startup Capriole founder Marko Klacar on his innovative vision for reusing coffee waste;
• A head to head on whether cryptocurrencies are risky business;
• A business report on sustainable investing strategies;
• Meatless ideas in advance of vegetarian awareness month.
The October edition of Delano also includes the magazine’s very first supplement, looking at Luxembourg business in the international context.
The print edition of Delano, Luxembourg’s English language news magazine, is published 11 times a year, and this supplement is the first of four scheduled for 2021. The magazine is available by subscription and at newsstands across the grand duchy. Delano also publishes two newsletters weekdays: the “Breakfast briefing”, featuring world and local headlines to start the day informed, and the “Noon briefing”, covering the latest Luxembourg news and events, as well as specialized newsletters. Plus there are Delano Live events, which feature live interviews with people and on topics covered by Delano magazine, but with a fresh perspective. Delano is on Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter.