Interview: Laurence Tubiana on why Europe needs a new social contract

Laurence Tubiana, one of the architects of the Paris Agreement, talks to ENDS Europe about how a new relationship between citizens and the state can bolster climate action, and what can be done about the EU’s “democratic deficit”.

by Robert Hodgson
Tubiana on the green deal: “We cannot just keep the discussion in Brussels, we cannot have two years of negotiations over I don’t know how many directives.” Photo: Ludovic Marin / AFP via Getty Images
Tubiana on the green deal: “We cannot just keep the discussion in Brussels, we cannot have two years of negotiations over I don’t know how many directives.” Photo: Ludovic Marin / AFP via Getty Images

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