Green European Journals

The Green European Journal is an editorially independent publication of the Green European Foundation. Its printed editions, released three times a year, 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.

Volume 17

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WORK ON THE HORIZON:
Tracking Employment’s Transformation in Europe

Work on the Horizon explores the centrality of work and its changing nature in the face of social and technological developments, connecting experiences from around Europe to explore what are, and what could be, Green and forward-looking policies, political ideas, and proposals.

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Volume 16

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TALK OF THE TOWN:
Exploring the City in Europe

Talk of the Town focuses on cities and their significance across Europe and beyond, both as the site of key transformations and new dynamics, but also as political actors in their own right.

Hailed as the new political centre and the battleground of our times, the role of cities today, across Europe and beyond, seems to have reached unprecedented significance. The dynamics of urbanisation, deindustrialisation, and globalisation are central in the transformations our cities are undergoing today.

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Volume 15

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FEAR AND TREMBLING:
Perspectives on Security in Europe

The world around us seems increasingly filled with mechanisms to enhance protection and minimise risks yet, paradoxically, the level of fears and anxieties is rising across our societies, with a tendency to fixate on the most sensational, direct, and violent sources of risk. Identifying where the true threats lie is a challenging but crucial enterprise and the Green European Journal contends that progressive forces around Europe need to take the question of security seriously. This edition provides contributions that look beyond today’s politics of fear, towards a politics of hope.

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Volume 14

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FINDING COMMON GROUND

An investigation into the commons reveals the wide-ranging spectrum of definitions and applications of this concept that exist across Europe. Yet from the numerous local initiatives, social movements, and governance models associated with this term – is it possible to identify the outline of a commons-based approach that could form the basis of a broad cross-societal response to the failures of the current system?

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Volume 13

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TREMORS IN EUROPE:
Mapping the Faultlines

This edition of the Green European Journal sets out to identify and apprehend some of the forces of integration and disintegration at work in Europe today.

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