Tag: green parties

Climate targets, contradictions, and nationalization under the Green Deal

7 May, 2021 · Germany

Germany accelerates its climate targets
Germany accelerates its climate targets

Germany is raising its climate targets. It changes its Climate Law by committing to a 65% reduction in emissions by 2030. The formal cause, a Constitutional Court ruling. The real cause: competition with the US. The important thing: each push of the Green Deal increases economic contradictions, weighs down production and imposes an increasingly dark horizon on living and working conditions. In the increased competition, the state centralizes and looks for new ways to turn broken private companies into state-owned enterprises. There is nothing progressive about this. We are not closer to socialism, but to a war economy.

A “Green Wave” in the French municipal elections

29 June, 2020 · France

Grégory Ducet, the green candidate for mayor of Lyon, celebrates his victory yesterday.

The distribution of offices speaks of a recomposition and electoral rise of the left in which the Socialist Party leaves the leadership to the Greens. But this official story remains very lame and incomplete.