The European Venue for Green Ideas
20.07.2017
We Need to Talk about the Militarisation of Conservation

The conservation industry is pursuing an increasingly militarised approach, using policies such as ‘shoot to kill’ and enlisting military personnel. This way of understanding wildlife protection relies on certain assumptions and misunderstandings – and is it effective or counterproductive?

EN
Read more
12.07.2017
The Robot and Donald Trump: Technology and the Rise of Populism in the West

What insights about populism & democracy can be gained by examining how voting patterns intersect with education?

EN
Read more
11.07.2017
Understanding The Digital Revolution And What It Means

What concrete changes can we expect from the ‘digital revolution’ & how can we deal with changes to work, policy-wise? Does a basic income help?

EN
Read more
06.07.2017
From Power Sharing to Power Being Shared Out

The precarious equilibrium that exists in Northern Ireland’s politics is set to come under even greater strain as May seeks to form a new government in Westminster.

EN
Read more
03.07.2017
Notes From an Island: One Year on from the Brexit Referendum

One year on from the Brexit vote, Britain’s new role in the world, and in Europe, is taking shape – what will it look like?

EN
Read more
02.07.2017
Deals with Dinosaurs: the DUP

The UK election result forced the Conservative Party into a deal with little-known Northern Irish party – who are they? A comparative look with Poland.

EN
Read more
30.06.2017
We’re Living in a Time of “Maximum Dangers and Maximum Possibilities”

We spoke to feminist pioneer Gloria Steinem about the far-right backlash, racism & why we should be “linked, not ranked”.

EN
Read more
29.06.2017
Pairing up to Repair Europe: France and Germany

France & Germany make up the motor of Europe and partly determine its future, but what are their cooperation prospects in the face of 2017 elections?

Read more
24.06.2017
Green Observatory: Security

Experts & activists from around Europe discuss the security issues in their national context.

EN
Read more
23.06.2017
Deeper Cooperation is the Only Path to a Social Europe

László Andor talks to us about social Europe, his idea of a European unemployment insurance scheme & whether the EU institutions are neoliberal.

Read more