When we look at climatechange communication and the way we think about climate change, all this is very technical and focused on “facts” and numbers. Meanwhile Mitzi argues for a more human, culture and creativity centered approach – a strategy which is not only more fun but also lower-threshold making climate justice activism more accessible to different groups in society.
“Leadership” is a subject often avoided in the German climate justice movement. This text discusses the concept from a U.S. Black & Feminist Perspective: Barbara Ransby looks at the recognition of leadership and how accountability is key for social movements – and what role social media plays. In the discussion chat there is a little comment about that.