Why Were Italians Swayed to the Right by the Brothers of Italy?
Why Were Italians Swayed to the Right by the Brothers of Italy?
EN
24/11/2022
With little alternatives on the Left, Italians did not vote for fascism but the promise of security.
A New Social Contract for People and the Planet
A New Social Contract for People and the Planet
EN
23/11/2022
Fairness needs to be at the heart of Europe’s social policies and its fight against climate change.
Solidarity in an Age of Shocks
Solidarity in an Age of Shocks
EN
30/11/2022
More than just short-term turbulence, the cost of living crisis signals that Europe’s social, geopolitical, and ecological security rests on rebalancing a failing socio-economic model.
Powering Up Energy Communities in Central and Eastern Europe
EN
22/11/2022
What African Green Feminist Power Has to Offer
EN
17/11/2022
What is Europe’s Place in the US-China Technology Race? 
EN
16/11/2022
Why the Transport Visions of Tech Billionaires are a Dead End 
EN
09/11/2022
Winning the Argument, Losing the Planet?
EN
07/11/2022
A History of Struggle: Environmental Protests in Poland
EN
03/11/2022

The Green European Journal is now 10 years old

To mark the milestone and reflect on the political developments that have unfolded in the last decade,
we are bringing together voices from all corners of Europe for a series of discussions this autumn.

Understanding the Energy Crisis
Prices Don't Have to Rule the World
Prices Don’t Have to Rule the World
Rupert Russell explains the role of speculation in the cost of living crisis, and how states can undo the damage.
An Island of Security: the Renewable Energy Community of Ventotene
An Island of Security: the Renewable Energy Community of Ventotene
A photo essay on the inhabitants of a small Italian island creating energy security for their community.
United in Diversity? Confronting Europe's Energy Divides
United in Diversity? Confronting Europe’s Energy Divides
Helen Thompson uncovers the roots of the energy crisis and the fractures within Europe when it comes to energy policy.
Powering Up Energy Communities in Central and Eastern Europe
Powering Up Energy Communities in Central and Eastern Europe
Beyond sustainability, energy communities also foster democratic principles and local autonomy. Yet in parts of Europe they still face many hurdles.
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