As the population of the world’s cities grows, so too does resource and energy use as well as waste generation. We can combat these issues with a circular economy that uses nature as a template.
It's clear that young voters are bringing critical issues to the fore as they did in the recent EU elections. Will they do so in Canada too?
Germany's Green Party were the big story on the night of the European elections. Their strategy has been to expand beyond climate policies to become a true alternative to establishment parties.
China is rapidly greening its economy, but that doesn't mean authoritarian governments are best placed to handle climate change.
Nationalism seems to be on the rise in Europe, with many parties hostile to immigration. But what role does immigration itself have their support? Research shows some unexpected impacts.
Ahead of the 2019 EU elections, experts from the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden and Norway look at how the EU is perceived, key issues and perspectives for the election.
Does an "European culture" or a "European identity" actually exist?
While thought of as an unpretentious fast-food dish, the doner kebab is a symbol of the social, political and identity issues facing European society today.
In the past decade the EU has been struck by a series of crises that have proven that it is far more vulnerable than previously imagined.
Recruiters seem to have unconscious biases that can be overturned by what they see on job applications.
School textbooks from Germany deal with Europe in much greater detail and with more of a positive angle than those published in England.
As of March 1, the UN Security Council has been presided by two countries, France and Germany. It could be one of the few positive consequences of Brexit for the EU.
It's important to unearth how discriminatory immigration policy, largely invisible to the general public, undermines citizens’ rights and position.
City decline is neither a fatality nor an urban nightmare. It can even be the background to a resilience strategy.
It's been 100 years since the murder of Marxist revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg.
Anti-Semitism brought down one of the world's greatest centers for mathematical research.
The labour market inequalities and economic insecurity are stoking discontent from the Rhine to the Seine.
While negotiating the end of the First World War at the Versailles Peace Conference, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson collapsed. Was it a neurological disorder associated with the Spanish Flu?
The Siemens scandal needs to be remembered because it's emblematic of what needs to be done to stop corruption.
The first President Bush had some impressive foreign policies wins, but could he be best remembered for getting the US entangled in Iraq?