Ice Station Europe | Energy costs Europeans face going forward/ Impressive documentary

Listen to the European people themselves. From France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Austria, the livelihoods of these people are being destroyed. It is a devastating first hand account.

The current energy crisis in Europe seems to have long-lasting implications. Though governments promote renewable energy, fuel from Russia seems to be not so easily substituted. Besides, gas prices affect other industries, like fertilizer production.

Hereditary farmer Pascal Strabach admits that many of his colleagues whose farms have been handed down from parents to children over the centuries now face growing debts and must sell their land.

Does agriculture have a future in Europe?