Fiscal policy and climate have something in common: how we approach them today could make or break our shared future. And yet, at a decisive point for climate action, governments still approach it as if arbitrary fiscal thresholds matter more than a liveable future.
During the EU Summit on March 23-24, Heads of State will discuss the future of the Stability and...
The EU's fiscal policy is radically unfit for a world drowning in crises. In fact, it aggravates these crises. Changing the course will require forgoing arbitrary rules, a few myths and an outdated economic mindset.
Electrification is a necessary step towards sustainable mobility. However, it has never been sufficient. Mobility in the twenty-first century will necessitate more than simply switching to a cleaner energy source.
Achieving climate and economic justice requires structural reparations, countering debt generation traps and coordinated action.
From mystic prophesies to sci-fi novels, people have always tried to foresee the future. Their aspirations varied widely, from the pursuit of profit and the dream of an alternative social order to practical needs for having a sufficient harvest or preparing before the flood. Modern integrated decision-support tools have got us far in such pursuits, and for a good reason.
The EU’s twin digital and green transition comes with a catch. Beyond the shiny facade of efficiency and...