Germany has forged a reputation with its Energiewende flip over to renewables. But as construction of wind turbines stagnates, can it hit its ambitious climate targets?
Columns & Interviews
by Guido Montani on
The European Green Deal is a ray of hope but it faces two huge challenges: it must go global and the finances must be found.
by Guy Standing on
Labour must abandon faith in one more heave for Westminster victory and embrace a progressive alliance, including for electoral reform.
by Andrew Watt on
The European Green Deal needs sustained political commitment, especially on ‘just transition’, if it is to realise its ambition.
The New Deal was a social contract with the American people. A European Green New Deal must likewise enshrine social alongside ecological aspirations.
by Paul Mason on
Paul Mason turns in his Social Europe column from postcapitalism to the theme of post-Brexit Britain.
by Anna Byhovskaya on
There is no real alternative to social dialogue, collective agreements and the voice of workers—even the OECD agrees.
by Bo Rothstein on
Economic inequality has burgeoned as income from capital has risen faster than growth. Time to change the owners of capital.