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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29.04.2019
Renewables in the Energy Security Landscape in Poland and Ukraine

In the long run, the transition to renewable energy may prove key to breaking Poland and Ukraine’s dependency on Russian gas.

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06.07.2018
Sustainable Plastic? The Bioplastic (Com)Promise

In a world where plastic objects are almost unavoidable, we asked an advocate for bioplastics whether they can truly offer a sustainable alternative.

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05.07.2018
Beyond Recycling: Rethinking Plastic From the Ground Up

An interview with plastic waste campaigners who call for curbs on plastic production to effectively contain plastic pollution at source.

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17.11.2015
The Campaign that Took Over the World: Fossil Fuel Divestment

An interview with Danielle Paffard and Melanie Mattauch from the UK and EU branches of 350.org.

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08.05.2015
Croatian vision of a fossil future

It is deeply concerning that the Croatian government wants to return to the fossil era. And not only because oil drilling in the Adriatic threatens tourism, one of the most lucrative branches of the Croatian economy, which regularly contributes around 15% or more to the annual GDP.

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