COVID-19: Webinar: Climate Justice activism in times of Pandemic

Panel 5 from the Web Symposium on Social Movements and Political Mobilisation in Times of Global Pandemic 27-28 April 2020, hosted by the Department of Sociology at UCPH.

- Stine Krøijer: University of Copenhagen, Department of Anthropology: Civilization as the Undesired World: Radical Environmentalists, Indigenous Peoples and the Uses of Dystopia in Times of Climate Crisis
- Lasse Lindekilde and Thomas Olesen, Aarhus University: When does climate change concern lead to climate activism and pro-environmental consumption? The role of physical proximity, nature of imposed project and personal costs
- Mattias Wahlström, Göteborg University and Katrin Uba, Uppsala University: Conceptualizing and exploring the ‘Greta effect’ on micro-mobilization for climate protest
- Joost de Moor, Stockholm University: Postapocalyptic environmentalism and the missing movement on transformative climate adaptation.
- Maria Chiara Franceschelli, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow: Good Example and New Needs: How Russian Social Movements Shape Environmental Policy.

Discussant: Anders Blok, University of Copenhagen, Department of Sociology