Greece: in need of a debt relief that actually works

  • June 25th, 2018

It’s not too late to steer the Greek economy and the EU towards a sustainable development course for the twenty-first century. There are tools to deliver this. Policy-makers should use them.The Greek government and its creditors are once more involved in behind-closed-doors negotiations, busily debating Greece’s fate after the end of the 3rd Adjustment Programme […]

Rethinking debt, redefining development

  • November 14th, 2016

Europe cannot build healthy societies and vibrant economies on a degraded and diminished ‘natural capital’ as this ecological debt would ultimately lead to its demise, writes Demetres Karavellas.

Meeting of WWF Greece with the president of New Democracy

  • November 7th, 2016

The CEO and the Head of policy of WWF Greece, Demetres Karavellas and Theodota Nantsou, met on Friday 4 November with the President of New Democracy, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, so as to present the discussion paper “Debt relief for a living economy in Greece” that was published on 2 November by WWF Greece.

WWF opens dialogue on green debt relief for a living economy in Greece

  • November 2nd, 2016
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Seven years of crisis and austerity in Europe are placing great strain on the European project. In Europe’s nature, life goes on: Greece hosts a unique ecological treasury, which is threatened by increasing pressures for rapid but unsustainable growth and environmental deregulation.

Marco Lambertini: It’s time to rethink debt

  • November 2nd, 2016

Imagine a situation where an unfolding economic crisis becomes the driving force for innovative thinking towards a greener, more equitable world. A world where crippling public debt is transformed into funding for the common good and where truly sustainable development begins to dominate the political agenda.