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08-03-2024

As roughly half the world's population prepares to vote in elections, a new report of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) offers the first baseline assessment of how OECD countries are upgrading their governance measures to support an environment where reliable information can thrive, prioritising freedom of expression and human rights, and sets out a policy fr

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05-03-2024

Climate lawsuits have more than doubled in the past 5 years and climate litigation has become a key tool in delivering climate justice, a recent UNEP says.

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01-03-2024

Filka Sekulova is a senior researcher at the IN3 institute (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), and part of the Urban Transformation

Submitted by: pavelan's picture Pavel Antonov
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18-01-2024

The application deadline for this workshop has been extended: apply here until February 10, 2024!

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10-01-2024

Dimitar Sabev (1976) is a Chief Assistant Professor at the Economic Research Institute of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. As a green economist and journalist he investigates and studies the social and environmental impacts of mining, monetary assessment of ecosystem services, fiscal justice issues of foreign investments and quantitative indices for regional sustainable development.

Submitted by: pavelan's picture Pavel Antonov
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18-12-2023

In October and December 2023, the BlueLink Foundation held two workshops seeking the perspectives of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Global South on the concept of degrowth in Europe.

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07-12-2023

Post-growth ideas attract many green thinkers, activists and politicians in Bulgaria and Europe. But what would a farewell to economic growth in the European Union mean for its standing in the world and its relations with the Global South? What is the Global South’s perspective to green visions on European geopolitics, and what role for information technology in the debate?

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01-12-2023

The right to life, a healthy environment, social security and clean air guaranteed to every Bulgarian citizen, form a new category of rights - climate rights! Representatives of national and local authorities, academia and business took up their joint advocacy for the first time on 28 November 2023 at the House of Europe.

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29-11-2023

Julian Popov (1959) is minister for the Environment and Waters in the government of Bulgaria. Before that, he worked as an expert and advisor on climate policies and climate-related developments in Europe. He has twice been ranked as one of the 40 most influential voices in European energy policy.

Submitted by: pavelan's picture Pavel Antonov
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28-11-2023

Fifteen journalists took part in the workshop Local stories about global climate change, which the Ministry of Environment and Water (MOEW) conducted with the support of the BlueLink Foundation on November 27 and 28, 2023.

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