25.10.2019
Rational Hope: Connecting Hard Truth with Climate Solutions

Scientist Katharine Hayhoe discusses her experiences speaking truth to climate denialism and how rational hope must guide the way forward.

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25.10.2019
Green is the New Normal in German Politics

With the Greens polling at a record high while the traditional parties seemingly run out of road, what are the factors underpinning the recent success of political ecology in Germany?

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03.10.2019
Poland Discovers Ecology

With Polish elections coming up this October, all political forces are committing to protect the climate and environment, at least on paper. What does the new prominence of ecology mean for the country’s future?

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27.09.2019
Nationalising the Climate: Is the European Far Right Turning Green?

Research debunks the myth that far-right parties across Europe share a stance of climate denialism. But what might rising ‘climate nationalism’ mean?

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27.09.2019
The Hungarian Opposition’s Cautious Battle for Budapest

With a tough race ahead, the Hungarian opposition has reason to be cautiously optimistic that it can take back Budapest from Viktor Orbán’s party.

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10.09.2019
Youth Lead the Way on the Climate Emergency

The eruption of a global youth climate movement has given the fight against climate warming a fresh face. In response to adults’ irresponsibility, children become guardians of humanity’s future.

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10.07.2019
Time to Rebel: Civil Disobedience for the Planet

A discussion with the Extinction Rebellion activist on the international climate group’s disruptive tactics in London and their demands for climate action.

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01.07.2019
Everybody’s Survival: the Growing Hunger for Climate Justice

A French petition to have the state’s duty and failure to act on climate recognised is part of a global movement which is picking up speed.

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12.06.2019
Imagining Climate Futures

Surrounded by water, the Dutch city of Dordrecht’s future is rendered uncertain by climate change. Research turned to stakeholders to map out four possible scenarios for the city.

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06.06.2019
Can Deliberative Democracy Put EU Politics Back on Track?

Political scientist Cristina Monge argues that the public needs a real stake in shaping its politics if the European project is going to succeed.

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