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Poles opt for renewables 

Poles opt for renewables 

18 October 2021

Rzeczpospolita

"Poles do not want their country to be a straggler of the green transition, but at the same time they want the transition to renewable energy sources to be carried out in a way that is just and socially sustainable", Adam Traczyk of More in Common tells Rzeczpospolita.

Sondaż: Polacy stawiają na OZE. Winą za rosnące ceny energii obarczają rząd

Perception or reality: Just how divided is America, really?

Perception or reality: Just how divided is America, really?

14 October 2021

News Literacy Project Podcast

"If we divide in to two camps that see each other as threats that cannot be tolerated then we will see increased support for actions which will ultimately undo the basic foundation of a democracy".

Perception or reality: Just how divided is America, really?

‘Crisis of trust’ between politicians and voters

‘Crisis of trust’ between politicians and voters

11 October 2021

Channel 4

"Britain's political system broken, politicians disconnected from the real world... a system where it's one rule for them and another for everyone else. That's the damning verdict of a landmark report looking at how the British public sees the state of British democracy."

‘Crisis of trust’ between politicians and voters

How Business Leaders Can Reduce Polarization

How Business Leaders Can Reduce Polarization

08 October 2021

Harvard Business Review

Instead of focusing on the false binary of simply taking a public stance or staying silent, CEOs would be better off understanding and addressing the context of rising polarization and doing so in a strategic manner. 

How Business Leaders Can Reduce Polarization

Germany’s climate change gulf gets harder to bridge

Germany’s climate change gulf gets harder to bridge

23 September 2021

The Financial Times


"while some young people channel their frustrations into activism, many more fall into segments that a study by More in Common calls “The Disillusioned” and “The Detached” — nearly half of voters under 30 expressed disappointment with democratic institutions that the NGO says could strain German democracy."

 

Germany's climate gulf gets harder to bridge