Call for Papers:
Cost of Living and Inequality in an Age of Shocks

We are calling for contributions to our next issue on the rising costs of living, inequality and the green transition.
The deadline for pitches and ideas is 25th August 2022.

EU Climate Policy: The Climate Crisis Calls for More than Corporate Accountability
EU Climate Policy: The Climate Crisis Calls for More than Corporate Accountability
EN
11/08/2022
Why the EU regulatory framework needs more than reporting guidelines to compel companies to meet climate goals.
New Climate Politics: A Reading List
New Climate Politics: A Reading List
EN
10/08/2022
The climate ecological crisis needs to be understood and faced as political and economic challenges.
Energy Crisis: Keeping the Cost of Living Down While Protecting the Climate
Energy Crisis: Keeping the Cost of Living Down While Protecting the Climate
EN
03/08/2022
Households across Europe are facing spiralling energy costs as fuel prices rise. But fossil fuel subsidies are no answer to this crisis. Governments should focus on direct support to cover essentials and speeding up the energy transition.
The Human Cost of Outsourcing Europe’s Border Controls
ENES
10/08/2022
The Andalusian Elections: A Turning Point in Spanish Politics?
ENES
04/08/2022
More Harm than Good: The Misuse of European Biodiversity Funds
EN
02/08/2022
Memory in the Age of Impunity
EN
28/07/2022
What We Can Learn from the UK’s Four-Day Week Trial
EN
27/07/2022
From Binary Politics to a New Ireland
EN
26/07/2022
Understanding Global Heating
What the Latest IPCC Report Means for Europe and the World
What the Latest IPCC Report Means for Europe and the World
We gather insights from an IPCC lead author and green actors on options for policymakers amid the rapidly closing window for climate adaptation.
Anthropogenic Venice: Surviving Life in a Lagoon
Anthropogenic Venice: Surviving Life in a Lagoon
Venice‘s changing relationship with the lagoon surrounding it could herald the decline of the city and its ecosystem.
How We Put Out the Fire
How We Put Out the Fire
Writer Kim Stanley Robinson explores how science fiction can be a source of inspiration rather than a reason to despair.
Facing Megafires: Forests as Commons
Facing Megafires: Forests as Commons
Uncontrollable fires rage across the world. What does it mean to live in the Pyrocene epoch?
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