Call for Papers: New Environmental Conflicts
We’re calling for contributions to our next issue on the new environmental conflicts. The deadline for pitches and ideas is 24th March 2023.
The Far Right’s Firm Grip on the Mainstream
Far-right parties kept winning elections and holding influence on society, attracting part of the political establishment.
Alcarràs and As Bestas: Spain’s Renewable Energy Divides Play Out in Cinemas
Two blockbuster films chronicle the renewable energy debate in Spain, highlighting the issues caused by land exploitation.
Narratives Meet Reality
Russian propaganda has long relied on the kind of anti-imperialists always ready to cast doubt on Western narratives. Over the years, public debate has been deeply damaged by a corrosive configuration whereby doubt opened the way to lies and lies reinforced doubt. But with the war in Ukraine the machine started to spin too fast. A bunch of gifted writers helped it reach its point of implosion.
Sweden’s Green Transition Abandoned
Brazil Turns Green?
Green Ideas for Women’s History Month
Françoise d’Eaubonne and the Imperfect Foundation of Ecofeminist Thought
The militant feminist theorised about the parallels between feminist and environmental struggles but didn’t win many over.
Rachel Carson and the Environmental Awakening
How the American biologist changed the course of the environmental movement through her seminal work Silent Spring.
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