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Hier findet ihr alle Videos von KlimaX meets Lützi! Darin gibt es tägliche Berichterstattung und spanende strategische Debattenbeiträge.

Wenn ihr Lust habt, tiefer in die Themen Energie, Ungleichheit und Kapitalismus einzusteigen, können wir diese dreistündige (!), spannende und sehr informative Diskussion von jung & naiv empfehlen!

In this video-webinar case study, the founders of the Sunrise Movement explore on their own campaign. They give us an insight to their understanding of what a campaign is, their frameworks, tools and strategies, and maybe the one or the other campaign would like to learn from their experience.

Inwieweit ist Klimaaktivismus weiß und priviligiert? Karakaya Talk spricht mit BIPoC Aktivist*innen.

While the radical and extreme right in Germany was previously hardly interested in climate change, it has gained in importance in recent years for them. Within the climate policy opinion spectrum of radical and extreme right-wing actors in Germany, the camp of climate deniers has been able to assert itself: While climate change is consistently denied, climate activists are defamed and sometimes even physically attacked. At the same time, right-wingers in other parts of Europe instrumentalise climate change for their racist politics, link it to “eco-fascist” ideas or propagate a “green patriotism”.

2021 in the middle of the Corona epidemic the first BIPoC Climate Justice Conference took place. The collection of panels from this conference includes ‘The history of climate justice movements’, ‘Building bridges: a talk across different movements in Germany’ and ‘Learning from the global south’.

Degrowth by disaster – Chance zum Aufbruch in einen sozial-ökologischen Umbau? Wie Klima(gerechtigkeits)bewegung und Gewerkschaften genau in dieser Situation zusammenarbeiten können um gemeinsam auf eine Nachhaltigkeitsrevolution hinarbeiten können.

As a result of climate change, environmental disasters are increasing, vital resources such as water and fertile soil are becoming scarce, and entire regions are turning uninhabitable. Based on this, there is the demand for the recognition of the climate crisis as a reason for migration. On the other hand, activists and migration researchers warn that social and economic factors are made invisible. At the same time, right-wing groups and parties try to instrumentalize “climate migration” for their nationalist ideology and fabricate a threat to Europe by “climate refugees”.