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DATE: 2020

Can Democracy Save the Environment? – Policy Notes

This publication is based on the Webinars on “Can Democracy Save the Environment?” organised by Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece, affiliated to the Council of Europe Network of Schoolsduring December 2020within the framework of the 9th version of the World Forum for Democracy.

Content

People power for climate action
by Michael Bloss, Greens/EFA Member of the European Parliament

Public participation and climate change
by Petros Kokkalis, Member of the European Parliament, Group of the EuropeanUnited Left – Nordic Green Left

On the political economy of climate and energypolicy
by Michael Jakob, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and ClimateChange (MCC), Berlin

Can democracy save the climate? The case ofclimate legislation
by Dimitris Ibrahim, Dimitris Ibrahim, Climate & Energy Policy Officer, WWF Greece

Environmental Democracy is the only way to Savethe Environment
by Carla Garcia Zendejas, Director, People, Land & Resources, Center forInternational Environmental Law

Democracy and the system of governingprotected areas in Greece
by Spyros Psaroudas, General Coordinator of CALLISTO

Environmental Democracy at the forefront
by George Sarelakos, Co-Founder, Aegean Rebreath& Vassilis Stamogiannis, Programme Manager, Aegean Rebreath

© Symbiosis, 2020

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