London, Dec 13th: Germany is currently grappling with its much discussed Energiwende or ‘energy revolution’; its ambitious efforts to move towards a full reliance on renewables. For both the UK and Germany, community and local energy sources are key, but each country has different experiences and visions for how this may work. GEF, with the Brussels office of the German hbs foundation and Jean Lambert MEP, are organising a conference in London to discuss this topic.
The Green European Foundation's Voices of Europe series continued last month in Barcelona with an evening debate in the home of the Catalan foundation Nous Horitzons. The discussion focused on how Europe can move towards adopting a more social and democratic model, and how Europe's Green family can guide it there. Prior to the event, we talked with Laia Ortiz, member of the Spanish Parliament for the Catalan Greens and Chair for the night, to get the local perspective on some of the issues of... read more
What will industry look like in a sustainable economy? At a time when we are facing both an economic and an environment crisis, it is a question we cannot avoid and one that the 6th edition of the Green European Journal attempts to answer. Read online today!