28.12.2020
Buen Vivir: A Concept on the Rise in Europe?

Rooted in indigenous traditions, the concept of buen vivir has gained prominence in Latin America. We explore its rising trajectory and influence in Europe.

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04.12.2020
Culture, Creativity and Coronavirus: Time for EU Action

Cultural professionals are vital to Europe’s recovery. It is time member states and EU action reflect this by addressing working conditions in the sector.

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30.11.2020
Storytelling in the Eye of the Storm: the Pandemic Through the Lens of Environmental Breakdown

A conversation with the acclaimed novelist on the parallels between the climate crisis and the pandemic, and imagining alternatives for our interconnected world.

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30.11.2020
Cities as Empty Shells: Urban Tourism in a Post-Pandemic World

The pandemic leaves tourist destinations caught between the opportunity to shift towards a more sustainable model and the immediate pressure of economic need.

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30.11.2020
Laying the Foundations: Disease and the Emergence of Public Health

Claas Kirchhelle traces the history of disease, public health, and international cooperation from cholera to Covid-19.

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29.11.2020
2020 Year Zero

The health crisis has been a clear moment of rupture but change will depend on the choices, movements, and ideas that define our response.

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28.07.2020
How the German Right Reacts to Youth Climate Activism

What strategies does Alternative für Deutschland use to discredit school strikers, and why does climate mobilising generate such a strong reaction on the Right?

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17.07.2020
The Politics of Representation in the Climate Movement

The “Greta effect” reveals a great deal about exclusion-inclusion mechanisms in media and discourse. An intersectional approach has more to offer.

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23.06.2020
Tackling the Menstruation Taboo

Menstrual capitalism reproduces deeply entrenched taboos to profit at the expense of wellbeing, environment and gender equality.

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04.06.2020
Why We Need a Decolonial Ecology

Environmental destruction is inseparable from relationships of racial and colonial domination.

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