In the wake of COP 21, a special multilingual edition of Green News (Zieloni Wiadomosci) published by GEF, the Greens-EFA group in the European Parliament, and Polish foundation Strefa Zieleni takes a look at climate issue from a range of national and thematic perspectives.
A new book featuring conversations with European politicians and activists on the issues around religion and how it intersects with public and political life has been published by the Green European Foundation with the support of its partners Bureau De Helling and Green Foundation Ireland.
To promote better understanding of the rules surrounding data protection a new publication presents 10 key points summarising the outcome of the recent negotiations surrounding general EU data protection laws, to shed some light on an area of legislation that is often shrouded in secrecy. 'Better data protection for everyone, from the 1995 Directive to the 2015 Regulation' was headed by Jan Philip Albrecht, Green MEP for Germany, and published by the Green European Foundation.
Originally published in French by the Green European Foundation and the Fondation de l’Écologie Politique, selected extracts from 'Paris Climate 2015 - 20 years on' are now available in English in a new version with a foreward by GEF co-presidents Pierre Jonckheer and Susanne Rieger. This series of essays takes an optimistic look into a future where real progress is being made in the battle against climate change, to encourage and inspire us.
GEF's ecological production project, ECOPRO, landed in Brussels with a seminar on November 20th, organised alongside our Flemish partners Oikos think tank, debating the transition towards a sustainable, technologically-enhanced society.
Istanbul hosted another event on Saturday, December 19th, as part of a series of economic conferences organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of the Green Thought Association.
A seminar was organised in Croatia on the 25th of November, as part of the ‘Reclaim the Commons’ project. The event was organised by the Green European Foundation in partnership with the Institute for Political Ecology, Croatia.
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