Populism is boosted by economic crises, but its roots are cultural.
Columns & Interviews
by Natalie Bennett on
Continuing our series on ‘just transition’, Natalie Bennett argues that the media have an ethical responsibility to foster public understanding.
by Frank Hoffer on
A serious discussion of ‘just transition’ must break with a social model based on individual utility maximisation—before it breaks the biosphere.
by Samantha Smith on
Just transition works and there are already many lessons learned. The most important is that workers must see a positive pathway ahead.
by Teresa Ribera on
The deputy prime minister of Spain responsible for the ecological transition describes the experience there of making ‘just transition’ a reality.
by Adam Tooze on
Adam Tooze stresses that the critical COP26 conference later this year hinges on European unity and radical leadership.
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 Jess Smee on
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?