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17.10.2018
For an Ecological Transition Income

Could a proposal to get people actively involved in the green transition trump the basic income?

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27.09.2018
Dirty Rare Metals: Digging Deeper into the Energy Transition

While green tech promises to save the planet through connectivity, the digital economy’s material demands are increasingly unsustainable.

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30.07.2018
The (Sustainable) Energy of Despair: A Review of Guillaume Pitron’s Book

Despite optimistic belief, technology is no panacea for Earth’s crisis. A review of Guillaume Pitron’s The Rare Metals War.

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21.06.2018
Gearing towards a green future of work

From working time reduction and circular economy to basic income, the right choices could make the future of work fair and secure for all.

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29.05.2018
Welfare and Work Within Planetary Limits

Now the economy has overshot key ecological limits, more sustainable social protection systems that do not depend on environmentally destructive forms of work must be found.

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17.05.2018
Solidarity Forever: Talking Transition with Trade Unions

Trade unionist Philippe Pochet on changing perspectives on climate change and transition within organised labour and the essential and challenging task of working with Greens.

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17.05.2018
Questioning the Centrality of Work with André Gorz

Françoise Gollain draws on the work of André Gorz, a key thinker of political ecology, to reflect on the meaning of ‘work’ and its centrality in society.

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25.11.2017
The City Taking the Commons to Heart

Ghent is the first city in the world to enjoy a commons expert to enshrine cooperation and communal ownership into its very structures.

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10.11.2017
Fighting for Survival: The Cities Campaigning for Sustainability

We spoke to the Secretary-General of ICLEI, a global network of cities and local actors working together against threats such as climate change.

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06.11.2017
Urban Hopes: Will Cities Save the World?

Cities contain most of the world’s population and innovation. But are we in danger of over-stating the power of cities to cure all our contemporary ills?

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