19.12.2019
Europe Ecologie Les Verts after the EU elections: Do or Die

After its success at the 2019 European elections, can the French Greens break their pattern of constantly rising and falling green waves?

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08.12.2019
Massive, Loud and Uncompromising: Greta Thunberg in the Czech Republic

Greta has forced the change up the Czech political agenda. But how the debate will change the country’s path is still uncertain.

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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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18.11.2019
The Austrian Greens Make Their Comeback

From appealing across the rural-urban divide to new electoral coalitions, the lessons from Austria’s election are relevant for green and progressive parties all over Europe.

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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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10.10.2019
Towards a Spanish Green Hegemony

A series of crises in recent years have made instability the political norm in Spain. Ahead of the general election in November, we ask how political ecology has fared through these developments and what opportunities lie ahead.

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04.10.2019
Choosing Investment over Breaking Even

Tight public spending may have powered its exports, but underinvestment in people and infrastructure has its costs. Could a new investment rule be just what Germany needs?

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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
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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27.09.2019
Pathways to Power: How Green Parties Join Governments

As some Green parties move closer to entering government, looking to paths already trodden by Greens in Sweden and Finland proves illuminating.

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