11.08.2022
EU Climate Policy: The Climate Crisis Calls for More than Corporate Accountability

Why the EU regulatory framework needs more than reporting guidelines to compel companies to meet climate goals.

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14.06.2022
Can the Green Transition Solve Spain’s Educational Paradox?

Cristina Suárez Vega on whether vocational education in emerging green sectors can help Spain’s young people escape stubbornly high unemployment.

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10.05.2022
Just Transition Is About Systemic Change

Examining how Just Transition could be the key to tackling intersecting crises of environmental breakdown, social injustice, and global inequality.

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29.09.2021
“Everything is Changing in Politics Right Now”: Green Politics in Denmark

We met with Pia Olsen, the leader of the Socialist People’s Party, to discuss the party’s growing support, climate policy, and Denmark’s relationship with Europe.

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09.09.2021
Democracy, Degrowth, and the Politics of Limits

Democracy has always been a core principle of the many shades of green politics. We explore the intellectual roots of degrowth theories in democracy.

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12.08.2021
Where We Mine: Resource Politics in Latin America

The energy transition in the Global North risks being anything but just without structural changes to supply chains and the governance of extractive industries.

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03.02.2021
Where Next for Spain’s Regions?

For Spain, addressing regional tensions could go hand in hand with effective ecological transition that creates space for multiple identities to thrive.

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28.12.2020
Buen Vivir: A Concept on the Rise in Europe?

Rooted in indigenous traditions, the concept of buen vivir has gained prominence in Latin America. We explore its rising trajectory and influence in Europe.

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28.08.2020
A Just Transition for Polish Industry

Faced with looming mine closures and layoffs in aviation, Poland’s regions need to rethink their industrial strategy to secure their future.

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21.08.2020
Where the Pandemic Leaves the Climate Movement

In this panel interview, three scholars debate how the pandemic has shifted the ground for the green transition.

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