Climate politics is facing a backlash. New conflicts are emerging and unresolved dilemmas resurfacing around the costs and opportunities of the green transition. The sourcing of critical materials, the deployment of renewables, the management of climate adaptation, reforms in agriculture and food policy, and contrasting narratives on migration and the future of mobility are just a few of the fault lines dividing societies. This edition sets out to map how these competing visions are reshaping politics locally, in Europe, and around the world.
Green European Journal
The Green European Journal is an editorially independent publication of the Green European Foundation. Its printed editions take an in-depth look at topics from a range of different perspectives. The Journal also publishes analysis, debates and interviews on its website year round, linked to current affairs and general topics of significance to the European green movement.