21.12.2022
“We were close to a political tipping point” – Interview with George Monbiot

Livestock farming is one of humanity’s most destructive activities to the environment. Yet when measures to protect biodiversity and combat climate change are discussed, addressing this is rarely high on the political agenda. George Monbiot calls for decisive policy responses and mass mobilisation to change the way we produce and consume our food. We spoke with him about his new book Regenesis, the right moments for change, the current state of climate activism, and the threats posed by right-wing politics.

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22.11.2022
Powering Up Energy Communities in Central and Eastern Europe

Beyond sustainability, energy communities also foster democratic principles and local autonomy. Yet in parts of Europe they still face many hurdles.

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09.11.2022
Why the Transport Visions of Tech Billionaires are a Dead End 

Elon Musk and other super-rich “visionaries” are seeking to revolutionise transport – but ordinary people are getting left behind.

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21.09.2022
Affordable Public Transport for a Fairer Scotland

A new report sets out how affordable transport in Scotland can tackle inequality and advance the country’s climate goals.

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23.08.2022
Rachel Carson and the Environmental Awakening

How the American biologist changed the course of the environmental movement through her seminal work Silent Spring.

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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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06.07.2022
Affordable, Sustainable Housing Can Bring the Green Deal Home

Housing markets in Europe are unsustainable on many levels. Effective policies are urgently needed to avert a crisis.

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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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09.02.2022
Anthropogenic Venice: Surviving Life in a Lagoon

Venice‘s changing relationship with the lagoon surrounding it could herald the decline of the city and its ecosystem.

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