8 episodes

Green Talking Heads is a podcast series presented by the European Greens. In this first season, Green leaders and activists discuss the most pressing issues we face today as we enter the COVID-19 pandemic’s second year and face a period of increased climate disasters. We’ll talk about what the way forward to a Greener and fairer Europe can look like and how you can get engaged in the climate fights of our time. New episodes are released every 15th of the month.

The European Greens is a European political party that brings together national parties that share the same values, like democracy, feminism, support of LGBTQ+, and sustainability. Learn more about us on our website!

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Green Talking Heads is a podcast series presented by the European Greens. In this first season, Green leaders and activists discuss the most pressing issues we face today as we enter the COVID-19 pandemic’s second year and face a period of increased climate disasters. We’ll talk about what the way forward to a Greener and fairer Europe can look like and how you can get engaged in the climate fights of our time. New episodes are released every 15th of the month.

The European Greens is a European political party that brings together national parties that share the same values, like democracy, feminism, support of LGBTQ+, and sustainability. Learn more about us on our website!

    Healthcare as a common good with Petra de Sutter

    Healthcare as a common good with Petra de Sutter

    In this episode, Sarah Diedro is in conversation with the Deputy Prime minister of Belgium Petra de Sutter, former Green MEP, who is also a health professional, and a person of reference on health issues within the Green family. They assess how the European Union and national governments have managed the pandemic thus far and discuss the key role of accessible vaccines to ensure a pandemic recovery for all.

    • 35 min
    How the EU can improve its fight against child labour - Pt. 2 with Saskia Bricmont

    How the EU can improve its fight against child labour - Pt. 2 with Saskia Bricmont

    In this episode, Sarah Diedro is in conversation with MEP for the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament and member of Ecolo Saskia Bricmont. They discuss the pressing issue of child labour and the European Union’s concerning footprint of child labour imports, as well as what can be done to lower it without pushing children into more dangerous activities.

    • 27 min
    How the EU can improve its fight against forced labour - Pt. 1 with Anna Cavazzini

    How the EU can improve its fight against forced labour - Pt. 1 with Anna Cavazzini

    In this episode, Sarah Diedro is in conversation with MEP for the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament and member of the German Greens (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen) Anna Cavazzini. They discuss forced labour and what the European Union can do to tackle this critical issue, whilst also protecting the vulnerable people who suffer from it.

    • 19 min
    COP26 in Glasgow: A Green perspective

    COP26 in Glasgow: A Green perspective

    Climate Campaigner Rheanna Johnston is in conversation with European Green Party Committee Member Oras Tynkkynen and Terhi Lehtonen, State Secretary of the Finnish Ministry of Environment . Recorded at COP26, they discuss the climate summit negotiations, and what actions Green leaders are taking to tackle the climate crisis.

    • 37 min
    Transparency and accountability of the pharmaceutical industry

    Transparency and accountability of the pharmaceutical industry

    EGP Committee Member Mélanie Vogel is in conversation with Yannis Natsis, Policy Manager for the European Health Alliance. They discuss the unequal distribution of vaccines and how pharmaceutical companies thrive in secrecy, taking advantage of secret deals signed with EU member states.

    • 39 min
    Climate Activists towards COP26

    Climate Activists towards COP26

    Climate Campaigner Rheanna Johnson is in conversation with MAPA activists Esmeralda Sofía Caro Pieri and Dhreen Baloch, Digital Rights Campaigner Narmine Abou Bakari, Repairer and activist Walter Ruggeri, and Co-Founder of the Slow Fashion Movement Lena Hartog. As COP26 approaches fast, they discuss the impact of the climate crisis on frontline communities, the throwaway culture surrounding our digital devices, and how to address pollution and overconsumption in the fashion industry.

    • 51 min

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