Posts Tagged: Green New Deal for Europe

We need to radically reimagine the way we travel and commute

14.01.2021

The oil and automotive industries’ attempts to spread misinformation about electric vehicles is a bid to protect a harmful business model.

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The Holberg Debate: Is global stability a pipe dream?

17.12.2020

Amidst a global pandemic, economic instability, persistent armed conflicts and the climate crisis, Varoufakis calls for tackling systemic threats.

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The Left must build a new green common-sense

30.11.2020

The Green New Deal for Europe offers a route for the Left to build a politics of emancipation that captures the imagination of the people.

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Grenfell public inquiry sheds light on unethical practices at construction firms

24.11.2020

Materials used in refurbishing the Grenfell Tower in 2016 are now known to have contributed to the fire, which claimed 72 lives.

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Radical internationalism in the face of climate breakdown: Why we need a Global Green New Deal

24.09.2020

The Progressive International's Inaugural Summit underscored humanity’s now looming stark choice: “Internationalism or Extinction”.

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The European gas conflict is heating up a New Cold War between US and Russia

12.08.2020

US pushes for "freedom gas" and threatens sanctions against EU companies building Nord Stream II after "Putin's Pipeline" Nord Stream I.

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The Green New Deal for Europe offers alternative urban futures: Milano in 15 years

8.06.2020

A speculative futuring exercise: what would Milano look like in 2035 if the Green New Deal for Europe were implemented today?

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The Green New Deal for Europe reestablishes workers’ rights to a dignified life

5.06.2020

While bailed-out companies put profit over people, cooperatives are investing to tackle food, health and income security during the COVID-19 crisis.

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The Green New Deal for Europe offers a more compassionate future for workers

2.06.2020

This crisis has made many people unemployed and overworked others, and a lack of EU coordination has left nations struggling to cope with the virus.

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