17.12.2018
False Flag

A story of internet freedom and activism in a world where the EU’s copyright proposals are law, and are enforced to terrifying effect.

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21.11.2017
The Battle For Belgrade

Belgrade’s waterfront is threatened with a megaproject imposed by the government. Citizens have taken to the streets and mobilised against it, and shown an alternative to this kind of urban development.

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22.02.2017
“Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining”: What a Trump Presidency Can Do for Climate Change

Could Trump’s climate-skeptic administration inadvertently contribute to the fight against climate change?

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23.01.2016
Key Word: “Movement”

A Green assessment of the DiEM25.

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18.11.2015
Climate express: A Campaign on the move

Climate Express has set out to make sure a mass mobilisation is present in Paris, to keep the pressure on the negotiators and leaders during the climate conference. But can this form of collective movement really affect the outcome of the COP21? An interview with Laurien Spruyt from the campaign.

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01.09.2015
Greens Need to be Radical in Actions and Words

An interview with José Bové.

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27.08.2015
José Bové’s Adventures in Lobbyland

There are at least 15,000 lobbyists in Brussels, and some of them know the EU institutions better than the institutions know themselves, partly because they are themselves former EU officials.

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29.05.2015
Six hypotheses on the role of civil society actors in the Great Transition

The professional NGO world is unable to reverse the major global trends. It can, however, prevent projects and policies by forging powerful alliances – and build alternatives.

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01.03.2015
A True Green Foreign Policy: From Advocacy to Human Empowerment

Today, we witness an anachronistic pattern of foreign policy: incoherent, homocentric, far removed from the reality of people, and dominated by economic and political interests (the neoliberal system).

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05.01.2015
‘Politics CAN be different’ – Hungary’s Green Party shows the way

What is behind the success of the Hungarian Green Party ‘Politics Can Be Different’? Bright Green co-editor Violeta Vajda speaks to Hajdu Mária, newly-elected local Green councillor in Budapest, about the role of the Greens in Hungary today and in the years to come.

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