We are currently working to make our content available to you in English. Publications older than mid-2023 are only available in German or French. In the future, however, you will increasingly find publications in English here.

In order to present its ideas to anyone interested, to shed light on current affairs, to publish its opinions or to draw attention to events, the Mouvement Ecologique publishes a series of publications.
You will find all publications of the Mouvement Ecologique thematically subdivided in the section ‘Themes’.
In the following section you will find those publications that were specifically issued as dossiers in printed form.

Kéisecker Info hpDe Kéisécker-Info
The “Kéisécker-Info”, which is usually published every 3 weeks, contains up-to-date information on conferences, round table discussions, current statements, political discussions, etc. and has become an irreplaceable working tool for many interested members.

Other publications
In addition, however, the Mouvement Ecologique also publishes specific documents on certain topics. The two cookbooks “Natierlech genéissen” and the brochure “Fir eng nohalteg Gemengepolitik” with very concrete suggestions for all those interested in municipal politics are particularly worthy of mention.

A roadmap for the legislative period 2023-2028: Social – Ecological – Fair (in german):

This comprehensive publication of the Mouvement Ecologique with 152 pages of concrete proposals for the 2023 national elections in Luxembourg! The Roadmap offers not only valuable guidance for voters, but also concrete suggestions for policy makers to promote and implement democratic, vibrant and sustainable policies in Luxembourg. (French version available here) (Key suggestions in English are available here.).

A Roadmap for Social-Ecological Transition – For Democratic, Sustainable Communities (in German)

This roadmap aims to provide those active in the municipalities (candidates for elections, municipal officials, technicians, members of advisory commissions, committed citizens) – beyond the municipal elections – with concrete pointers for a democratic, lively and sustainable municipal policy. (French version available here)