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About Brindusa Fidanza

Brindusa Fidanza is the Founder and CEO of The Ground Up Project, an online data aggregator for small-scale environmental projects. Brindusa was the Associate Director, Deputy Head of Climate Change Initiatives and Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland. She was a facilitator of the Task Force on Low-Carbon Prosperity that reported to the UK G20 presidency in 2009. 

Articles by Brindusa Fidanza

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Adam Bychawski is an editorial assistant at openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Join politics to change politics - thoughts on the upcoming Romanian election

In the run-up to the next presidential elections in a country where politics has, for so long, been riddled with nepotism, corruption and a lack of sense of civic duty - you have to ask, is anything going to change?

Not enough demand for green growth? Ask for it.

If change is slow to come from international agreements or business boardrooms, it could come from interconnected people who measure their success based on the sustainable impact their money and actions have. Aggregate environmental and social impact is the key.

Romania’s rule of law is everybody’s business

The ease with which the current Government has unravelled the law in just a matter of weeks, should be of concern to every citizen, every entrepreneur and investor, in Romania and abroad.

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