Annabelle Dawson was editorial assistant at the Green European Journal from 2018 to 2021. She will begin a PhD in Politics and International Studies at the University of Leeds in October 2021, with her research exploring socio-environmental conflicts related to renewable energies in Latin America. She previously worked as an English teacher in Chile and volunteered as communications officer with an NGO in Peru.
Karen Celis and Sarah Childs argue that if we are to make our democracies more equal and more representative, we need a multifaceted approach.Read more
The energy transition in the Global North risks being anything but just without structural changes to supply chains and the governance of extractive industries.Read more
The burden of essential work has fallen heavily on the shoulders of women during the pandemic, even as the economy continues to undervalue them.Read more
The Green European Journal has put together a selection mapping some of the major currents that have shaped political ecology in recent years and which continue to do so.Read more
The Green European Journal turned to young activists to ask how they envisage political change in this time of climate crisis.Read more
Annabelle Dawson gathers 10 voices looking forward to a Europe in 2049 where the gendered structures of power and violence have crumbled in the face of feminism, awareness and equality.Read more