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The Politics of Representation in the Climate MovementSociety, Media and Culture

The "Greta effect" reveals a great deal about exclusion-inclusion mechanisms in media and discourse. An intersectional approach has more to offer.

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The Green Surge in the French Locals ExplainedPolitics

The challenge for Greens is to consolidate their credibility by building successful green-left alliances and bridging the ecological and the social so as to leave none behind.

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In Silencing Its People, China Invites DisasterDemocracy

World-renowned dissident cartoonist Badiucao speaks about his journey, the current situation in Hong Kong and China, and the future of democracy around the world.

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The End of Neoliberal IdeologyPolitics

Neoliberalism is failing to meet the crises of our time. What in its worldview, social and ecological consequences call for putting it to rest?

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Agroecology as the Answer to Global Food and Climate CrisesAgriculture

The moment is now to redefine our food systems around principles of sustainability and justice.

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Stronger Public Health, Stronger EuropeWelfare and Social Issues

For the EU, resilience will mean putting patient needs at the centre of public health and recognising that human health and environment are inextricably connected.

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Tackling the Menstruation TabooSociety, Media and Culture

Menstrual capitalism reproduces deeply entrenched taboos to profit at the expense of wellbeing, environment and gender equality.

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Only Transnational Politics Can Break Europe’s DeadlockFuture of EU

Germany has shifted its position to unlock the route to an EU recovery fund. But Europe still needs a political alternative to inter-governmental deadlock.

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Geopolitics in Pandemic TimesGeopolitics

As China uses the crisis to extend its influence, Europe needs ambitious policies for economic recovery if it wants to be a relevant global player.

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Facing Megafires: Forests as CommonsEnvironment

Uncontrollable fires rage across the world. What does it mean to live in the Pyrocene epoch?

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