Green European Journal

The Green European Journal is an editorially independent publication of the Green European Foundation. Its printed editions take an in-depth look at topics from a range of different perspectives and occasionally include feature pieces curated by the editorial team.

Articles

07.11.2022
Winning the Argument, Losing the Planet?

A reading list on how public debate around climate change has shifted over the past decade.

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13.10.2022
The Green Wave and the New Face of Europe’s Politics

A reading list on some of the key electoral moments, milestones, and breakthroughs for Green parties over the past decade.

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12.10.2022
Politics in the New Climatic Regime: Remembering Bruno Latour

The French philosopher was and no doubt will remain one of the most influential thinkers of political ecology in recent years.

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03.10.2022
What Does European Politics Owe to Protests?

A reading list on how the protest movements of the past decade have changed the political landscape in Europe.

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10.08.2022
New Climate Politics: A Reading List

The climate ecological crisis needs to be understood and faced as political and economic challenges.

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14.06.2022
The Fault Lines of Education in Europe

Data uncovers the relationship between public investment in education and equality and social mobility in Europe.

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10.05.2022
Just Transition Is About Systemic Change

Examining how Just Transition could be the key to tackling intersecting crises of environmental breakdown, social injustice, and global inequality.

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27.04.2022
For the Union Makes Us Strong: Selected Reading for Labour Day

Work has been transformed in recent years. But the fight for the recognition and dignity of all forms of work continues.

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02.03.2022
Beyond the Brink: Understanding Europe’s New War

How can we make sense of the Russian invasion of Ukraine?

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01.02.2022
The Struggle for Equality Continues

Taking stock of some of the key shifts in social perceptions of LGBTQI+ rights as well as the ongoing battles.

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13.03.2019
Earth, Wind and Solar Energy

The editorial team brings you infographics on the potential of renewable energy in 2049, while Daniel Scholten explores the power struggles its rollout will bring.

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17.05.2018
Lightening Labour’s Load: An Atlas of Green Tax Alternatives

Taxes on employed labour income constitute the lion’s share of fiscal government revenues for governments in Europe. With the future of work uncertain, what are Green parties’ alternatives and proposals around Europe?

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