Yorgos Altintzís: It’s the age of plurilateral agreements, where coalitions of the willing conclude agreements that are put in place for others to join whenever they feel ready
Lora Verheecke: Everyone wants to pick and choose the rules of the game. But in transatlantic politics, only big business has that privilege
Nadia Shabana: Workers are ready to stop working in the settlements but they need an alternative. At the moment, there are very few
Anabella Rosemberg: The labour movement left Paris stronger, and more convinced than ever of the need to demand a plan to decarbonise economies and secure jobs
Sharan Burrow: Making the transition to zero carbon in our economies and societies is an imperative, but can only succeed if the transition is just
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