Green European Journal Staff


“Eurowhiteness”: Europe’s Civilisational Turn

From migration to foreign policy, the once outward-looking EU has turned defensive. External influences are framed as civilisational threats not only by far-right politicians but also by pro-European voices.

May 21, 2024

“Not growing but thriving”: The Beginning of a Paradigm Shift

Limits is a transformative word, because it tells us that somebody has drawn that economy in their mind and they have drawn it as part of the biosphere. That is the beginning of a paradigm shift.

May 23, 2023


How the Pandemic Sharpens Inequalities

We need new measures, both pre-distributive and re-distributive, that reflect the new inequalities that have emerged from the pandemic and that allow us to tackle the great challenge ahead: climate change. Tackling climate change demands the redistribution of resources and power.

March 2, 2022


How we put out the fire

Like Dante in the inferno, for humanity in the first decades of the 21st century, the only way is through. In The Ministry for the Future, writer Kim Stanley Robinson imagines that path, telling the story of a world that somehow manages to mitigate the worst effects of climate change.

January 14, 2022

Less is More

Degrowth is about global justice

The only people that are against these ideas are the capitalist class. The obstacle is not ordinary people. The obstacle is capital. That’s the terrain we need to be fighting on.

January 7, 2022


No Time for Castles: From Closed to Open Democracy

Open democracy is a system in which power is equally distributed, or equally accessible at the very least, to ordinary citizens. E

July 16, 2021

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