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FEPS article series on intergenerational solidarity and the need for climate justice

April 28, 2020

This article series aims to inform on the ways in which intergenerational solidarity can be a means to achieve Climate Justice.

We would like to express our gratitude for the great cooperation with our partners and to our contributors for their insightful inputs.

A EU budget to ensure intergenerational equity, by Margarida Marques, Member of the European Parliament, S&D Group

European Climate Solidarity Making the climate revolution just for all generations, by Sergei Stanishev, President of the Party of European Socialists

Our current food system is failing farmers, consumers, and future generations, by Seán McCabe, researcher and policy officer, Think-Thank for Action on Social Change (TASC)

The €1 trillion European Green Deal: Stuck on the tracks before ever leaving the station?, by Elisha Winckel, Vice-President of the Young European Socialists (YES)

Europe’s Youth Envisioning a Democratic Environmental Decision-Making Process for All, by Generation Climate Europe (GCE)

Young and old together for a more just, equal and sustainable society, by Jos Bertrand, President of the European Senior Organisation

You can follow the online action campaign following the hashtag #generations4climate in Twitter.

You can check FEPS Millennials vs Baby Boomers studies here.

You can check FEPS Climate Justice project here.

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