author: Paal Frisvold
Eva Joly (75) is the first in Ny Tid's series of European political women's thoughts on Europe's future – Norway included. These include the EU's "Green New Deal" and nationalism.
Norwegian-French Eva Joly just told the assembly in the University's old banquet hall in Oslo: "I am not an optimist for today or tomorrow, but an optimist for the 22. century and what's left of this. "She spoke here as" 2019 Arne Ness professor "(by Center for Development and the Environment, SUM, see factual framework) with the tradition of Arne Næs – the significant eco-philosopher. She mentions him as his role model, one she learned philosophy from long ago. But not least, she emphasizes the importance of thinking long term, into the future. She ends her lecture that we must all take our part, for there is hope.
Joly has now spent ten years in the European Parliament as an elected representative of the Greens (Europe...
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