Green Transition

Green Transition

The Future of Sustainable Urban Mobility (conference)

The Prague Office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, together with its partners IPR (Prague Institute of Planning and Development) and CDE (Centre for Transport and Energy), kindly invite you to the conference “The Future of Sustainable Urban Mobility”, which will take place on 19 September 2019 in the Centre for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning (CAMP). The capacity is limited; please register till 17 September using the form in the article. 

 
By Klára Bulantová

The Meaty Side of Climate Change

"Carbon majors," like big oil and gas companies, have long been the focus of efforts to curb climate change and stem rising temperatures. And yet, while energy giants like Exxon and Shell have drawn fire for their roles in warming the planet, the corporate meat and dairy industries have largely avoided scrutiny.

By Shefali Sharma

Public debates on current European issues: Green New Deal for Europe and the Czech Republic

Green New Deal for Europe and the Czech Republic is the name of a series of debates organized by the Green European Foundation for the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, in cooperation with Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Prague. It aims on involving the broader public into the debate on contemporary European issues.

Scroll down for the basic information about each of the debates which will be held within the project as well as a continuously updated list of panelists.

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Publications

Governing Ecologically

In voter surveys, the German Greens regularly come out as the party deemed to have by far the greatest competency in this area and in energy policy as well. This study by Arne Jungjohann tries to answer if this image is justified, as it looks at the subnational level of the federal states.

Ecology

Ecology and sustainable development are central areas for securing the future of humanity – areas which should by no means be treated as a political football. It is to the credit of the green movement within and outside parliaments that ecology has become one of the main arenas of politics. There is hardly another subject which, within the last 30 years, has been thus transformed from the concern of a few scientists, activists into a topic of world conferences.