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COP 22: From Unthinkable to Unstoppable?
What can we take away from COP22 in light of Trump's victory & what are the next steps? An interview with Lucile Schmid, president of the Fondation de l'Ecologie Politique (France), and Bas Eickhout, a Dutch Green MEP and member of the Environment Committee in the European Parliament.
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Running out of time: Why democratising Europe cannot wait
Running out of time: Why democratising Europe cannot wait
Between Brexit and the rise of illiberal democracies the pressure to reorient the European project has never been more intense.
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The City as a Commons
The City as a Commons
LabGov, the Laboratory for the governance of the commons in Italy, aims to foster innovative forms of public collaboration in the city of Bologna and beyond.
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The Divestment Movement: a climate policy game changer?
The Divestment Movement: a climate policy game changer?
Where does the key to the divestment movement's success lie? And how much does the success of COP 22 depend on divestment?
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Populism, nationalism, and transnationalism
Populism, nationalism, and transnationalism
An interview with Benjamin de Cleen on nationalism versus populism in Europe, the Flemish far-right, and the limits of the cordon sanitaire.
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Monsanto Tribunal - a step towards corporate accountability
Monsanto Tribunal – a step towards corporate accountability
What can a public tribunal do - such as the Monsanto one - to hold global corporations accountable?
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Collaboration is just a strategy – Overcoming the limits of commons
Collaboration is just a strategy – Overcoming the limits of commons
How the commons can be a way to reform the market for the common good.
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DIRTY CLEAN ENERGY: Is Morocco’s renewable energy from Western Sahara really 'Green'?
DIRTY CLEAN ENERGY: Is Morocco’s renewable energy from Western Sahara really ‘Green’?
Is Morocco's promising progress on renewable energy reliant on repression & human rights abuses in Western Sahara ?
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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?