Continuing global conflicts demonstrate the need for a new eco-social contract
Our statement in solidarity with those in Ukraine, Syria, Palestine, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and elsewhere suffering from military violence.
Truth, war, COVID and Stockholm
Our convenor Oliver Greenfield reflects on the UNEA 5.2 plastics treaty in Nairobi and the escalating crisis in Ukraine
Report: Building Back Greener
International Environmental Protection and Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in the Context of COVID-19
The case for a green recovery from COVID-19
Stakeholders, Economies, Nature, and Governance - the four corners of a fair, sustainable recovery
GEC Global Meeting 2021: Summary and overview slidedeck
A comprehensive overview of our five-day Global Meeting, held online November 29 - December 3rd, 2021
Rethinking the Eco-Social Contract
A network meeting for the Global Research and Action Network for a New Eco-Social Contract, 22nd February 2022
Why We Need a New Eco-Social Contract for Just and Green Recovery from COVID-19
A side-event at the 60th session of the UN Commission for Social Development, 8th February 2022
Awash in liquidity: keeping economies afloat, but sinking equality and sustainability?
We are told that moving towards a green economy is too expensive, while we see trillions of dollars spent to prop up business-as-usual