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Peace, Love and Intervention: New edition of the Green European Journal released!

As United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon declared at the opening of the General Assembly in September 2014, “we are living in an era of unprecedented level of crises”. The 10th edition of the Green European Journal seeks to identify what makes the Green approach to foreign affairs distinctive, and asks whether ideals of peaceful resolution can stand up against the reality of a world ridden with complexity and conflict.

What if we won the fight against climate change?

A new publication 'Paris Climat 2015: 20 Ans Après' (Paris Climate 2015: 20 Years Later) from the Green European Foundation and the Fondation de l’Ecologie Politique presents a collection of essays on climate prospects, adopting an optimistic approach about how the world could look 20 years from now if the COP 21 talks are a success...

Watch new videos from the Brussels SERIND-seminar

On December 12, 2014, GEF and the Flemish think tank Oikos organised the closing SERIND (Socio-ecological reindustrialisation: Striking the Balance Between Local and Global Dynamics) seminar in Brussels. The four presentations and the atmosphere of the day were captured by Brussels Video Crew and these videos are now available on GEF's Youtube account.

A Climate for Change: The new edition of the Green European Journal is out!

The 9th edition of the Green European Journal has just been released and deals with a burning hot topic: Climate change and how we can ensure those in power take real action to tackle it at COP 21 in Paris next year. The next year will be critical for building a mass mobilisation across society, to voice this demand loud and clear.

GEF website goes multilingual with new language feature

As the Green European Foundation aspires to reach a diverse European audience, we believe it is crucial to make sure our work is accessible to as many people as possible. To help more people learn about and get involved in the work of GEF, information about our main aims and activities is now available in 11 languages on the GEF homepage.

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Call for papers for next GEJ edition: Connecting the struggles

From the Indignados in Spain to the anti-fracking protests in the UK and Romania and the French "zadistes", from the anti-austerity movement in Greece to the Occupy protests in 951 cities worldwide, citizens around the globe are on the march. To understand these...


Alternatives to austerity in Europe: Conference in London, March 20

Is a return to economic growth in Europe either possible, necessary or desirable? A panel debate and public discussion organised by the Green European Foundation, with the support of Green House think tank UK and Oikos Foundation Belgium will look at this question

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National Green foundations, the Green Group in the European Parliament and the European Green Party are GEF's main stakeholders. National Green foundations are active in engaging citizens in political dialogue in their respective national contexts.

Our European level stakeholders are partners in creating a European-wide Green debate. GEF aims to be a platform for exchange and co-operation at European level. Highlighting some of our partner foundations' news and events is a first step in enhancing this network and enabling exchange.