10.12.2021
On the Sidelines: Activist Views on COP26

Four young COP26 delegates share their impressions of the conference and what its outcome means for the future of the global climate movement.

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09.12.2021
COP26: An Outcome Somewhere Between Triumph and Train Wreck

Some hailed COP26 as an historic success, while others have branded it a total failure. Green MEP Pär Holmgren weighs in on its results.

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03.12.2021
The Long Fight for Environmental Justice in the Caribbean

Environmental disasters are not always dramatic one-off events, sometimes devastating effects arise over decades of neglect and damage. The fight for environmental justice in Martinique and Guadeloupe, which remain French “overseas territories”, is inscribed in a long struggle against colonial power and domination. For the people of these islands, decolonisation is far from an abstract notion – it is bound up with the most basic of human needs and can be a matter of life or death.

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02.12.2021
Governments Can’t Run Out of Their Own Money

How Modern Monetary Theory could completely change the way governments operate.

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29.11.2021
Nigeria as a “Climate Hotspot”

Nathan Awuapila outlines the effects and challenges climate change is creating in Nigeria.

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29.11.2021
Climate Colonialism in Morocco

Florent Marcellesi examines Morocco’s colonial attempts to extend its influence into Western Sahara through climate initiatives and investment.

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29.11.2021
Extraction and Energy Transition in Serbia

A short analysis of how geopolitical relations impact Serbian discussions about politics, energy, and the future.

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29.11.2021
A New Geopolitics for the Anthropocene

Simon Dalby on why achieving security in the age of climate crisis requires unpicking the fossil-fuelled industrial order.

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29.11.2021
Forget Geopolitics, Save the Climate

Why climate change is the ultimate international security threat.

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29.11.2021
How We Put Out the Fire

Writer Kim Stanley Robinson explores how science fiction can be a source of inspiration rather than a reason to despair.

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