What’s next for the Climate Strike Movement?
Four years ago, the student-led climate strike movement took the world by storm. Ever since, the strikes have played an important role in the strategic repertoire of the global climate movement. Yet as emissions keep rising, even mass protests with millions of participants have proved unable to build sufficient political pressure to secure meaningful political concessions. This presents a strategic dilemma to the movement: How does one even strike amidst an escalating climate crisis?
Climate strike researcher Elias König, interviewed 14 climate activists and climate scientists on their climate strike journey: What do they think of the climate strike as a form of action? What do they think of the climate strike as a form of action? Where do they believe is the climate strike movement headed? In this video, he interviewed Tonny Nowshin, David Fopp, Mitzi Jonelle Tan, Kentaro Yamamoto, Kevin Mtai, Lasse Thiele, Kristian-Marc James Paul, RK Upadhya, Iván Daniel Martinez.Zum Beitrag
DisziplinSozialwissenschaften / Social Sciences
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Elias KönigResearch Institute for Sustainability - Helmholtz Centre Potsdam (RIFS)
Christina CamierResearch Institute for Sustainability - Helmholtz Centre Potsdam (RIFS)