30.08.2021
Will Covid-19 Leave a Permanent Scar on Young People’s Futures?

A year and a half after the onset of the pandemic, young people are reflecting on the impact it has had on their lives.

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25.08.2021
What Will Germany’s Elections Mean for the EU?

After 16 years at Germany’s helm, Angela Merkel will be a tough act to follow. What we can expect from the next German government?

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23.08.2021
Spain’s VOX Party and the Rise of International Environmental Populism

With projections of climate science now indisputable, many of Europe’s right-wing populist parties are abandoning responses of dismissal and denial in favour of a very different approach. The threat of climate change is increasingly appropriated and reframed to suit a nationalist political agenda.

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20.08.2021
“The Electoral Cycle is Too Short for Real Political Change”

We asked Mohssin El Ghabri how ECOLO is navigating the current context and the party’s political ambitions.

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18.08.2021
Working From Home: Can the Benefits Outweigh the Risks?

Working from home can make workers more productive and enhance their wellbeing, but only if several important conditions are met.

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17.08.2021
Fighting the Patriarchy to Save the Planet

Can identifying the strands of thought linking all forms of domination help us to better fight against them?

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16.08.2021
Tracing Our Legacy on a Changing Planet

What story will be told by the plastic, carbon, concrete, nuclear waste, and cities we leave behind?

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13.08.2021
Civil Society Weathering the Hate Storm in Bulgaria

As conspiracy theories and misinformation gain legitimacy in public discourse and spread online, activists in Bulgaria come under fire.

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12.08.2021
Where We Mine: Resource Politics in Latin America

The energy transition in the Global North risks being anything but just without structural changes to supply chains and the governance of extractive industries.

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10.08.2021
The Romanian Protest Wave: A Path to a New Political Era?

Over the past decades, Romania has seen successive waves of protests calling for deep reforms of the country’s politics in line with principles of democracy and social and environmental justice. The impact of these protests has been pivotal, reshaping the political landscape by leading to the rise of new parties. Raluca Besliu traces the trajectory that has led Romania to the politics it has today and explains why the country, in many ways, remains an outlier in the region.

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