The Long Fight for Environmental Justice in the Caribbean
The Long Fight for Environmental Justice in the Caribbean
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03/12/2021
How colonialism and continued structural injustice compound environmental disasters faced by Caribbean communities.
Governments Can’t Run Out of Their Own Money
Governments Can’t Run Out of Their Own Money
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02/12/2021
How Modern Monetary Theory could completely change the way governments operate.
Can Greens and Liberals Usher in a New Political Era in Germany?
Can Greens and Liberals Usher in a New Political Era in Germany?
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18/11/2021
Germany has voted and the federal elections in September have brought to the fore a new politics defined by two trends: the “Dutchification” and “Americanisation” of German politics. Roderick Kefferpütz reviews the Green election campaign and the emergence of Greens and Liberals as key political players. Can the Greens and the Liberals work together as modernisers in a future coalition?
Making Europe’s Solar Future
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26/11/2021
Two Sides of the Same Coin: GroenLinks Needs Allies in the Fight for Climate and Social Justice
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24/11/2021
Politics from a Global Perspective: Finnish Greens in Power
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10/11/2021
Istanbul’s Water Crisis
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08/11/2021
Global Views on COP26: Why It Matters for Canada, Egypt and Rwanda
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03/11/2021
Gender in Climate Governance: Telling Numbers but Who is Listening?
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27/10/2021
Spotlight on Global Climate Politics
Where We Mine: Resource Politics in Latin America
Where We Mine: Resource Politics in Latin America
The energy transition in the Global North risks being anything but just without structural changes to supply chains and the governance of extractive i…
Fighting the New Climate Change Denialism
Fighting the New Climate Change Denialism
A new type of denialism is taking hold in the fossil fuel industry, a bid to ward off systemic change and protect their business model.
Europe and India in the Asian Century
Europe and India in the Asian Century
From their democratic traditions to shared interests in technological development, Europe and India have much in common and to gain from cooperation.
Green Transition in China: At What Cost?
Green Transition in China: At What Cost?
China’s action on climate is often touted as decisive and admirable. But its human and environmental costs cannot be ignored.
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