25.06.2021
Biden’s Climate Promises Face US Political Deadlock

The new administration’s plans are running up against the reality of a divided legislative system and a political economy hooked on fossil fuels.

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26.05.2021
Elinor Ostrom: The Case for a Messy Federalism

In studying real-world alternatives to state control and organisation via the market, Elinor Ostrom urges us to expand the notion of what democracy means.

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21.01.2021
Biden’s Climate Plan: Hope Alone or a Turning Point?

Climate change will be high on the agenda in the first 100 days of Biden’s presidency. Here’s what he has promised and why a clean break with fossil is improbable.

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21.08.2020
Where the Pandemic Leaves the Climate Movement

In this panel interview, three scholars debate how the pandemic has shifted the ground for the green transition.

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17.08.2020
Climate Targets Are Not Enough

Classical tools won’t help Germany face up to the multiple crises confronting her, but strategic partnerships will.

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28.07.2020
How the German Right Reacts to Youth Climate Activism

What strategies does Alternative für Deutschland use to discredit school strikers, and why does climate mobilising generate such a strong reaction on the Right?

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17.07.2020
The Green Surge in the French Locals Explained

The challenge for Greens is to consolidate their credibility by building successful green-left alliances and bridging the ecological and the social so as to leave none behind.

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24.06.2020
Stronger Public Health, Stronger Europe

For the EU, resilience will mean putting patient needs at the centre of public health and recognising that human health and environment are inextricably connected.

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10.06.2020
Facing Megafires: Forests as Commons

Uncontrollable fires rage across the world. What does it mean to live in the Pyrocene epoch?

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16.04.2020
Resilience Under Shock: Time for a Paradigm Shift

Faced with the systemic shock of the coronavirus crisis, the guiding principle for recovery should be resilience.

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