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Green Observatory: Tax Injustice
The Panama Papers and Lux Leaks have exposed the fact that tax regimes in Europe disproportionately benefit big businesses, with multi-nationals routinely avoiding paying exorbitant amounts in tax revenue while the burden falls on ordinary citizens. GEJ asked experts, activists, and Green politicians around Europe about the impact of these revelations in their national contexts, and for a sense of the debate about what it means to have a fair tax regime.
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Radicalisation in Isolation: The Success of the Dutch Freedom Party
Radicalisation in Isolation: The Success of the Dutch Freedom Party
Is the Freedom Party a prime example of the rise of far-right populism around Europe? Or are things more complicated?
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Reaching an Open Society: An Interview with Yannick Jadot
Reaching an Open Society: An Interview with Yannick Jadot
With France's presidential election just months away - what role is there for political ecology to play?
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“Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining”: What a Trump Presidency Can Do for Climate Change
“Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining”: What a Trump Presidency Can Do for Climate Change
Could Trump's climate-skeptic administration inadvertently contribute to the fight against climate change?
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Food Production in Europe: Time to Look Ahead
Food Production in Europe: Time to Look Ahead
Food policy isn't working. Does the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) address the problems, or can agroecology provide the answers?
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Why is Energy Poverty Still an Issue?
Why is Energy Poverty Still an Issue?
People across Europe still suffer from 'energy poverty' - what does it consist of and what policies are needed to deal with the problem?
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The Punitive Regulation of Poverty in the Neoliberal Age
The Punitive Regulation of Poverty in the Neoliberal Age
The prison in the age of neoliberalism is examined in this analysis by sociologist Loïc Wacquant.
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Defeating National Populism: Lessons from Austria and Portugal
Defeating National Populism: Lessons from Austria and Portugal
Can Austria and Portugal provide clues as to which conditions are needed for progressive forces to flourish?
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Latest Thematic Edition

Finding Common Ground

Latest Thematic Edition

Gej volume 14 | Finding Common Ground

An investigation into the commons reveals the wide-ranging spectrum of definitions and applications of this concept that exist across Europe. Yet from the numerous local initiatives, social movements and governance models associated with this term – is it possible to identify the outline of a commons-based approach that could form the basis of a broad cross-societal response to the failures of the current system?