22.09.2021
Norway’s “Climate Election” Is a Warning for the Rest of Europe

Climate was an important feature of the Norwegian elections, but if this was indeed the first “climate election”, the results are disappointing.

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06.09.2021
How Shadow Courts Threaten the Climate

An international energy agreement allows corporations to sue nation-states for phasing out fossil fuels.

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16.08.2021
Tracing Our Legacy on a Changing Planet

What story will be told by the plastic, carbon, concrete, nuclear waste, and cities we leave behind?

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05.08.2021
Fighting the New Climate Change Denialism

A new type of denialism is taking hold in the fossil fuel industry, a bid to ward off systemic change and protect their business model.

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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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13.11.2020
Eastern Mediterranean Manoeuvres: Alternatives to Greece and Turkey’s Tensions

Peace, diplomacy and keeping fossil fuel in the ground can still prevail in the Eastern Mediterranean.

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26.03.2020
Fossil Fascism and the Lessons for the Greens

There’s a direct connection between the Green surge and the electoral victories of far-right populist forces. Greens must use this opportunity to fight for climate justice.

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11.03.2020
Threads of Political Ecology: A Review

The Green European Journal has put together a selection mapping some of the major currents that have shaped political ecology in recent years and which continue to do so.

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30.12.2019
How Natural Are Natural Climate Solutions?

Unless pursued with extreme care, natural climate solutions risk becoming just another offsetting tool – alibis for inaction and delay.

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28.11.2019
Dragging Finance Out of the Fossil Age

We sat down with Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP and economist, to discuss the EU’s sustainable finance package, alternatives to the current banking model and the role of speculation in Brexit.

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