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17.08.2018
Different Fuel, Same Fire

We need a coal phase-out, fast. But promoting wood burning as an environmentally friendly alternative is a move out of the frying pan and into the fire.

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29.06.2018
M2020 – A Mission for the Planet, a Mission for Europe

2020 will be a crucial year for our climate, the EU must do all it can to transition to a low-carbon economy before then.

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22.12.2017
The Missing Link: Reconnecting the EU with its Citizens Through Renewables

For Europe to successfully transition to renewables, reforms must empower energy actors on the local level.

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14.12.2016
The Paris Climate Plan Is on Life Support: Can Negative Emissions Deliver on Global Climate Ambitions?

Post-Trump, should Greens embrace the potential of negative carbon emissions?

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29.11.2016
Dirty Clean Energy: Is Morocco’s Renewable Energy from Western Sahara Really ‘Green’?

Is Morocco’s promising progress on renewable energy reliant on repression & human rights abuses in Western Sahara ?

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15.11.2016
The Divestment Movement: a Climate Policy Game Changer?

Where does the key to the divestment movement’s success lie? And how much does the success of COP 22 depend on divestment?

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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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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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01.09.2015
Going on the Offensive – A Picture of Scotland’s Anti-Fracking Movement

The effective grassroots campaigning of Scottish communities, who have fought the Scottish government and unconventional gas companies, is an inspiring story for those across the UK and the rest of Europe.

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21.08.2015
Renewable Italy in the Transition to the Post-Fossil Era

On Sunday, June 16th, 2013, between the hours of 2:00 and 3:00 p.m., the price of electricity in Italy (the PUN or Single National Price) hit zero for the first time in history. In other words, electricity demand was fully covered by renewables. For the Italian energy sector and consumers this was an historic moment and an historic date.

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