This is the first in a series of talks by Bill Mitchell presented by the Helsinki Centre for Global Political Economy headed by Heikki Patomäki
In order to be effective in stopping the climate crisis unions will have to build alliances with a wide range of progressive social forces around shared commitments. John Treat is a researcher with Trade Unions […]
How Green QE, which is an idea that Richard co-created with Colin Hines a decade ago, can address some of the key problems within QE.
This is being replicated in the EU By Hannah Dewhirst, Campaigner at Positive Money Cross-posted from Positive Money The government’s new Build Back Better council – meant to help the UK recover from the impact […]
In order to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, the world must reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Carbon pricing – recently introduced in Germany for transportation and heating – is viewed by many […]
The proper Left alternative to the class struggle is subverting capitalism by mobilizing an ever wider and more diverse anti-capitalist front. Albena Azmanova is an associate professor of politics at the University of Kent’s Brussels […]
On Malthus and limits, ideology of scarcity and power, degrowth, biopolitics and mal-adaptation.
The Eurointelligence team discusses Armin Laschet’s victory and a variety of confusing political crises. Listen here
Carbon capture and storage, trapping carbon before it enters the atmosphere, is crucial in all the mainstream plans for countering climate change. Just one problem: it does not work. Paul Brown, a founding editor of […]