Paul Hockenos is a Berlin-based writer whose work has appeared in the The Nation, Foreign Policy, New York Times, Chronicle of Higher Education, The Atlantic and elsewhere. He has authored several books on European affairs, most recently Berlin Calling: A Story of Anarchy, Music, the Wall and the Birth of the New Berlin. He was a fellow at the American Academy in Berlin.
Averting Crisis, Europe Learns to Live Without Russian Energy
March 16, 2023
In Europe’s Clean Energy Transition, Industry Looks to Heat Pumps
January 19, 2023
Could the Drying Up of Europe’s Great Rivers Be the New Normal?
September 6, 2022
How Russia’s War Is Putting Green Tech Progress in Jeopardy
June 16, 2022
Will Russia’s War Spur Europe to Move on Green Energy?
March 14, 2022
As the Climate Bakes, Turkey Faces a Future Without Water
September 30, 2021
Europe’s Drive to Slash Plastic Waste Moves Into High Gear
June 8, 2021
As Big Energy Gains, Can Europe’s Community Renewables Compete?
January 6, 2021
As Pressures Mount, Poland’s Once-Mighty Coal Industry Is in Retreat
October 20, 2020
Will Floating Turbines Usher in a New Wave of Offshore Wind?
May 26, 2020
Shifting Gears: The Climate Protest Movement in the Age of Coronavirus
March 26, 2020
Aiming for Climate Targets, Germany Taps Its Geothermal Potential
December 3, 2019
Turkey’s Dam-Building Spree Continues, At Steep Ecological Cost
October 3, 2019
In Germany, Consumers Embrace a Shift to Home Batteries
March 18, 2019
Carbon Crossroads: Can Germany Revive Its Stalled Energy Transition?
December 13, 2018
A Balkan Dam Boom Imperils Europe’s Wildest Rivers
May 8, 2018
End of the Road: Are Diesel Cars on the Way Out in Europe?
April 12, 2018
Europe Takes First Steps in Electrifying World’s Shipping Fleets
February 22, 2018
With Norway in Lead, Europe Set for Surge in Electric Vehicles
February 6, 2017