A ‘peoples summit’ in New York ahead of the official UN climate summit brings environmental and human-rights campaigners together in pursuit of climate justice.
Columns & Interviews
by Mark Bergfeld on
Since the social and ecological crises are so intertwined, a ‘climate-justice unionism’ is required to address them in a holistic way.
A European approach to the politics of climate change must integrate social justice, as climate neutrality will be costly but growth without end is unsustainable.
by Jess Smee on
Public pressure is ratcheting higher on the climate crisis. But can the United Nations summit galvanise change, despite international divisions?
by Anita Inder Singh on
If Vladimir Putin thinks liberalism is obsolete when it comes to managing cultural diversity, democratic western-European leaders should not be echoing him.
by Kalypso Nicolaïdis on
Kalypso Nicolaidis concludes our ‘Euro2025’ series with a look beyond the new EU term, on which it has focused, to the long-term future of the continent.
by Paul Mason on
The solidly bourgeois Financial Times fears Labour could come to power with a potentially postcapitalist programme, Paul Mason writes.
by Shahra Razavi on
By designing a policy package around the needs of contemporary families, political leaders can promote women’s rights, children’s development and employment.