Volume 18 – 2049: Open Future
The politics of tomorrow start with the politics of today. Beyond any one theme, this collection of essays, stories, and interviews, complemented by infographics and amazing illustrations, looks forward to imagine the Europe(s) to be in 2049.
Volume 19 (Spring 2019)
While the pace of the present day can cloud the vision, casting out our gaze to the future allows a bigger picture to emerge. Beyond any one theme, this edition looks forward to imagine the Europe(s) to be in 2049. It will be a new era, shaped by people from current trends, institutions, emissions, and waste. From the evolution of the internet and the ongoing reinvention of monetary systems to landscapes – geopolitical and natural – and everyday routines shaped by the climate crisis, this collection of essays, stories, and interviews, complemented by infographics, seeks to capture life and society in 2049. With this special edition, the Green European Journal contends that the politics of tomorrow start with the politics of today. If we can envisage, design and embrace a brighter, open future, we just might get one too.
Jennifer Baker, Rosi Braidotti, Annabelle Dawson, Christophe Degryse, Isabelle Durant, Edouard Gaudot, Romaric Godin, Sam Gregory-Manning, Ulrike Guérot, Tine Hens, Srećko Horvat, Frédérique Hupin, Jamie Kendrick, Silja Kudel, Yoann Le Petit, Clémence Lizé, Aude Massiot, Dominique Méda, Jens Müller, Jorge Pinto, Kate Raworth, Daniel Scholten, Laurent Standaert, Rui Tavares, Luuk van Middelaar, Eduardo Viana
- 19 (Spring 2019)
- Green European Journal (Green European Foundation) in cooperation with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung European Union.
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