30.09.2021
A Crowded and Complex Picture: Local Elections in Italy

In the lead up to the Italian local elections, Marina Adami explains some of the complexities of the current political landscape.

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29.09.2021
“Everything is Changing in Politics Right Now”: Green Politics in Denmark

We met with Pia Olsen, the leader of the Socialist People’s Party, to discuss the party’s growing support, climate policy, and Denmark’s relationship with Europe.

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16.09.2021
Investing in the Climate: The Austrian Greens in Coalition

MP Sigrid Maurer explains the realities of being in coalition with the Conservatives and what lies ahead for the Austrian Green Party.

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16.09.2021
French Greens at the Crossroads

As the 2022 French presidential elections draw near, Quentin Ariès examines who will champion the Green voice and political ecology in France today.

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15.09.2021
A Paradoxical Relationship with Power

An interview with political scientist Vanessa Jérome analysing what motivates activists to mobilise and campaign for the French Greens.

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14.09.2021
A Fairer, Greener Scotland

A historic government agreement offers the Scottish Greens the potential to influence Scotland’s future.

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08.09.2021
The Czech Pirates: Banking on Europe

Following an impressive rise in recent years, the Czech Pirate Party is one of the main contenders in the country’s upcoming national elections.

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07.09.2021
Czech Greens: Campaigning to Win the Argument

With the Czech elections around the corner, Green party co-chair Michal Berg explains how the Greens hope to shape the debate.

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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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