Volume 19 - A World Alive: Green Politics in Europe and Beyond
This edition explores the different worlds of green politics today. From concepts such as ecofeminism and the Green New Deal to questions of narrative and institutional change, it maps the forces, strategies, and ideas that will power political ecology, across Europe as around the world.
Volume 19 (Spring 2020)
As much as a way of understanding the world as a movement to change it, political ecology is on the rise. A reckoning with our society’s position in a wider ecological system is taking place. Faced with irrevocable damage that makes life everywhere more insecure, from Italy to Finland, people are organising for a change of course at the ballot box and through insurgent street protests. From concepts such as ecofeminism and the Green New Deal to questions of narrative and institutional change, this edition maps the forces, strategies, and ideas that will power political ecology, across Europe as around the world. The 2020s can be a decade of change for the better, or the worse. Every political force will have something to say on what were once green issues. A diverse movement with a unique approach to society and politics, as this edition shows, Greens will be central to the fight for a sustainable and just future.
Daniel Aldana Cohen, Luc Barbé, Stefania Barca, Alyssa Battistoni, Mark Blyth, Dan Boyle, Valérie Cabanes, Tomás Castillo Claver, Paula Castro, Pierre Charbonnier, Adélaïde Charlier, Cyrielle Chatelain, Cara Daggett, Annabelle Dawson, Petr Doubravský, Luigi Ferrieri Caputi, Lily Fitzgibbon, Edouard Gaudot, Johanna Hartmann, Tine Hens, Esteban Hernández, Dirk Holemans, Patsy Islam-Parsons, François Jarrige, Jenni Karimäki, Roderick Kefferpütz, Jamie Kendrick, Michał Kiwerski, Laura Kolehmainen, Éloi Laurent, Sherilyn MacGregor, Florent Marcellesi, Helena Marschall, Lorenzo Marsili, Sophia Mathur, Cristina Monge, Reinhard Olschanski, Adam Ostolski, Simon Otjes, Hannah Porada, Simo Raittila, Francesca Re David, Lucie Renoud-Grappin, Sanna Salo, Lucile Schmid, Laurent Standaert, Linus Steinmetz, Peter Unfried, Jesse van Schaik, Eyal Weintraub, David Wicker, Remy Zahiga, European Data Journalism Network.
- Volume 19 (Spring 2020)
- Green European Journal (Green European Foundation)
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