31.08.2021
“Green Policies Are About Our Entire Way of Life”

Spanish MP Inés Sabanés on the country’s unstable politics and the need to re-politicise everyday life.

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23.08.2021
Spain’s VOX Party and the Rise of International Environmental Populism

With projections of climate science now indisputable, many of Europe’s right-wing populist parties are abandoning responses of dismissal and denial in favour of a very different approach. The threat of climate change is increasingly appropriated and reframed to suit a nationalist political agenda.

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19.05.2021
The Pandemic Is Gendered – and so Is Recovery

Covid-19 and a challenging political climate put feminist gains at risk in Spain. Recovery must address inequalities to prevent a downward spiral.

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24.02.2021
The Value of Nature in the City

Municipalities that previously invested in rewilding initiatives are reaping their rewards during lockdowns.

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18.02.2021
Capital Versus Biosphere: An Eco-social Agenda Fit for the Times

For a Covid-19 recovery that addresses both present and future needs, Europe will need to prioritise three key elements.

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10.02.2021
Just Transition: Time for a Rethink?

Spain is leading the way with just transition, but the concept needs bringing up to speed to account for the impacts of accelerating digitalisation and automation.

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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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08.01.2021
Coronavirus Recovery and Just Transition in Spain: A Unique Opportunity

The EU Covid-19 recovery programme is a critical juncture for Spain to accelerate its ecological transformation.

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11.03.2020
From the Street Up: Founding a New Politics in Spain

Is political ecology able to push for real transformation and to offer a convincing narrative that transcends class lines?

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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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