13.10.2021
Are COPs Helping the Battle against Climate Change?

The next annual United Nations climate conference, COP 26, will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, under the UK’s presidency in partnership with Italy, in early November. The conference takes place a year later than planned, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. International climate policy expert Stefan Aykut takes stock of the COP process since the Paris Agreement in 2015 and tells Benjamin Joyeux why the success of the upcoming conference should be judged on its capacity to foster connections rather than to establish binding governance.

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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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28.11.2019
Unfulfilled Promises and Missed Opportunities in North Macedonia

Prospects of EU membership are on hold in North Macedonia, despite it going as far as to change its name to resolve a dispute with Greece.

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18.11.2015
The Two Revolutions that Are Changing the Climate Game

An interview with French Green MEP Yannick Jadot.

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28.11.2014
To deal with the climate crisis, everything must change

The European Trade Union Institute recent conference on ‘The Socio-Ecological Transition: A New Climate for the EU’s Sustainability Transition’ laid bare the need for radical change to deal with the climate crisis. And if battling climate change requires making our societies less superficial, less focused on expansion and instead more focused on equality, then that’s something we can all fight for.

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