24.08.2022
Françoise d’Eaubonne and the Imperfect Foundation of Ecofeminist Thought

The militant feminist theorised about the parallels between feminist and environmental struggles but didn’t win many over.

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18.08.2022
The Climate Won’t Wait for Italian Politics

Italy is experiencing one of the harshest summers on record, yet ongoing election campaigns zero-in on winning votes.

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02.08.2022
More Harm than Good: The Misuse of European Biodiversity Funds

The case of a small town in Lithuania shows how funding earmarked for the protection of biodiversity is being used in ways that undermine this goal.

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06.04.2022
The Environmental Cost of the War in Ukraine

A silent casualty of the indiscriminate Russian shelling of Ukraine is the environment, unleashing long-term threats to public health.

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21.03.2022
Air Pollution and Poverty Kill – In Serbia as Everywhere

As the World Health Organization warns of health risks from worsening air pollution, studies confirm the worst in cities like Belgrade.

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16.03.2022
Adapt or Else: What the Recent IPCC Report Means for Europe and the World

We gather insights from an IPCC lead author and green actors on options for policymakers amid the rapidly closing window for climate adaptation.

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19.01.2022
To Save the Planet, Forget about the Globe

To achieve true environmental justice, we need to rethink our relationship with the planet and those we share it with.

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28.06.2021
Everyone’s Problem: Tackling Air Pollution in Europe’s Cities

Reducing air pollution is vital to protect public health and meet climate targets. Yet policy and action in this area often falls short.

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26.05.2021
Promised Lands in Manfredonia: Environmental Justice Is About Democracy

A photo essay by Sofia Cherici and Federico Ambrosini tells the story of how, for one Italian town, democracy is an ongoing struggle for justice and self-determination.

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10.05.2021
Steering Tourism to a Greener Course in Belgrade

Belgrade has invested heavily in making the city more attractive to tourists in recent years. It is time it steered a more sustainable course.

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