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  1. Environmental Justice Works

    04 July 2009

    Environmental Justice works on a range of subjects and issues.

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    Towards a New Green Deal

    Susan George, Ashley Dawson
    07 July 2008
    Article
    Local activism is an important contribution to a struggle for a just and sustainable planet, but the scale of the climate crisis is such that only long-term, legally binding commitments can make a change. We need a new Keynesianism for the environment.
  3. Trade & Investment Works on

    04 July 2009

    Trade & Investment works on a range of subjects and issues.

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    Hoodwinked in the Hothouse

    • aleksej
    09 May 2007
    Book
     
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    Rejecting the Reform Treaty is the first step in building an alternative, progressive EU

    Susan George
    08 January 2008
    Article

    The French trade justice expert Susan George was hosted in Dublin last November by The Campaign Against The EU Constitution, a coalition of left wing groups and individuals established to oppose the original EU Constitution. Ms Goerge spoke to Village about her experience in the French campaign to oppose the Constitution in 2005, and her views on both the defeated Constitution and the new Reform Treaty which will be put before the Irish electorate in 2008.

  6. Africa and the climate finance controversy

    Patrick Bond
    20 October 2010
    Article

    Will Africa end up paying for technologies that commodify life, or demand reparations for ecological damage done by the North?

  7. Flexcrops, Oceangrabbing and Land use policy

    16 December 2014
    Article

    Agrarian Justice Newsletter Issue 6

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    Challenges of the 21st century

    Susan George
    25 November 2008
    Article
    We can resolve the multiple crises facing us by financing total conversion of our system towards an ecological carbon-free energy system.
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    Fuelling the debate

    01 February 2008
    In the media
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    The global post-democratic order

    • Leigh Phillips
    19 January 2016
    Report

    In the era of globalisation, the steady removal of decision-making from democratic chambers by EU elites is serving as a blueprint for post-democratic governance around the world. Progressives must be ambitious and start putting forward ideas for a democratic world government as a viable alternative.

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    Rural Democratisation: (Re)Framing rural poor political action

    • Jennifer Franco
    01 February 2008
    Paper

    With two-thirds of the world’s poor rural poor, rural democratisation is clearly relevant and urgent, but at the same time an especially difficult--and underestimated--challenge. If democracy is to be organically rooted in any society, the struggle to “get there” must systematically be opened up to integrate rural poor citizens system-wide, taking stock of their aspirations and, more importantly, their existing efforts to gain control of decision-making affecting their lives.

  12. Food Wars

    Walden Bello, Mara Baviera
    08 July 2009
    Article

    In 2006–08, food shortages became a global reality, with the prices of commodities spiraling beyond the reach of vast numbers of people. International agencies were caught flatfooted, with the World Food Program warning that its rapidly diminishing food stocks might not be able to deal with the emergency.

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    Water and sustainable development

    Susan George
    01 July 2008
    Article
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    Responses to the Table of Free voices event

    Susan George
    06 December 2006
    Article