Climate Action and Ecological Transitions

Climate change will profoundly impact humanity’s relationship with the environment and disrupt geopolitics, economics, security, and governance around the world.

To adapt to the changing realities and lead climate action, Europe will need to anticipate challenges and reconcile democratic and institutional resilience with local, national, and international ambitions.

    • November 08, 2022
    • Bertelsmann Foundation
    Olivia Lazard
    Change Beyond Climate
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    • September 29, 2022
    • BBC
    Olivia Lazard
    The EU’s Dependency on China
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    • September 06, 2022
    • Babel: Translating the Middle East
    Olivia Lazard
    Climate in the Middle East
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