20.10.2022
Ukraine’s Environment Faces a Long Road to Recovery

The war in Ukraine will continue to cast its shadow over the country’s natural ecosystems for decades to come.

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02.08.2022
More Harm than Good: The Misuse of European Biodiversity Funds

The case of a small town in Lithuania shows how funding earmarked for the protection of biodiversity is being used in ways that undermine this goal.

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07.07.2022
The Case for Not Flying

With a 2.8 per cent share of the global CO2 emissions from fossil fuel, aviation must not escape climate action.

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05.07.2022
Cultivating Authoritarianism: Orbán’s Political Education Project

Beneath the facade of reforms, Orbán’s education policies deepen inequalities and place schools at the whims of Fidesz’ power.

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07.09.2021
Czech Greens: Campaigning to Win the Argument

As the October 2021 elections loomed, we asked Green party co-chair Michal Berg how the Greens hope to shape the debate.

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31.08.2021
“Green Policies Are About Our Entire Way of Life”

Spanish MP Inés Sabanés on the country’s unstable politics and the need to re-politicise everyday life.

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

The actions of citizens taking to the streets to call for political change have had a defining impact on Romania’s recent history and continue to shape its politics.

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28.06.2021
Everyone’s Problem: Tackling Air Pollution in Europe’s Cities

Reducing air pollution is vital to protect public health and meet climate targets. Yet policy and action in this area often falls short.

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21.12.2020
Ecocide: Towards International Recognition

The fight to have ecocide recognised as a crime against humanity is finally yielding results in international law, but enforcement and proportionality remain uncertain.

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