Climate change is top of the agenda when voters in Iceland head to the polls for general elections on Saturday, following an exceptionally warm summer and an election campaign defined by a wide-reaching debate on […]
Major strike and consumer boycott has not only halted E-Food’s plans to stop employing the riders, it has strengthened the security of the riders’ contracts The Gig Economy Project, led by Ben Wray, was initiated […]
We have dropped our tools and closed our laptops and gone to join the protests. Hope to see you there.
Head of government during 2017 independence bid detained under warrant from Spain’s Supreme Court Read here
Rapporteur’s pro-gas views and refusal to reveal lobbying raise alarms over TEN-E revision Read here
Three months ago, on 12 June, the Swiss people narrowly rejected a landmark law on climate change. Heralded as the most comprehensive bill yet, it would have however still failed to meaningfully reduce Switzerland’s greenhouse […]
A short course in planetary time, for planetary survival – less of a blog post, and more of a howl Julia Steinberger is Professor of Ecological Economics at the University of Lausanne Cross-posted from Medium […]
Book Review by Chris Bambery The removal of General Francisco Franco’s remains, in the autumn of 2019, from the hideous mausoleum he had built for himself and the founder of Spain’s fascist party, the Falange, […]
The next step to shooting people on EU borders is closer than anyone dares to think. As usual, EU liberal-democracy is nothing more than moral posturing behind which stands a brutal neo-liberalism. Not mentioned in […]
A brilliant analysis of the current situation in the Labour Party in the UK, but valid for most Social Democrat parties in the EU.