First webinar within the project Citizens' Observatory for Green Deal Financing European. The webinar "Which infrastructure for the just transition?", organized by our colleagues from ReCommon, will look at two major Italian infrastructure: the new breakwater in Genoa, funded by the Italian RRP, and the widening of the Bologna highway bypass, a public infrastructure presented as a symbol of ecological transition. We will also turn our gaze to Estonia, with the Estonian Green Movement’s testimony on the Rail Baltica infrastructure, also funded by the Estonian RRP. The webinar will be in Italian with simultaneous interpretation in English. Please register beforehand here.
Josep Nualart will participate in the third Webinar of the series part of the project Citizens' Observatory for Green Deal Financing, organised by ReCommon. In this webinar, we will look at how Italy and Spain have set their energy strategies in the framework of the REPowerEU Plan. We will explore the environmental, social and economic impacts of new LNG terminals, and which alternatives should be prioritised instead. The webinar will be in Italian and English with simultaneous interpretation in both languages. Previous registration required at the following link.
70 years ago, an agreement was signed in London to cancel Germany’s debt. It was agreed that this was necessary for Germany to be able to prosper. However, demands for debt cancellation for the Global South have been denied for decades. How did we get there and what are the pathways towards unconditional debt cancellations for the Global South? In this upcoming panel discussion we will discuss these questions together with Esteban Servat, Jason Hickel and Iolanda Fresnillo. The panel will be moderated by Clàudia Custodio. Join us on Wednesday May 3rd from 18:30-20:00 (CEST) either in person (Barcelona, UAB: Sala de Grados in the Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres) or online here.