What have feminism, antiracism, and social justice to do with the climate crisis and climate solutions? Well, a lot.
Europeans take part in the destruction of the rainforest, because they import many soybeans from South America. A new research group is looking into whether we can grow soybeans in Northern Germany where it is getting warmer due to climate change Have you thought that most of the imported soybeans to Europe is not for… Continue reading German tofu made of soybeans from Lower Saxony?
The original version of this article was written for the upcoming SRM Talk Yearbook, as a follow up on my presentation “We are climate change”, held in June 2019. You can also read it on Medium. Garzweiler II seen from what used to be the A61. The machines are only a few hundred metres from Keyenberg and… Continue reading Keyenberg, one year later
About 40km from the Hambach Forest, the fight against coal has been going on for decades. Keyenberg Before taking my hand, Willi tells me to switch off the camera and close my eyes: “Trust me, it’s worth it. You can film it later.” I do what he says, and while he guides me up the… Continue reading Chronicle of a Death Foretold
Dear Members of the CHH Community, more than a year has passed since we started our joint journey as climate action advocates. What emerged out of a quite spontaneous attempt to create an "agora" for discussing the climate crisis, went beyond our expectations. Starting from October 2018 we organized 11 public meetups (Climate Talks), spoke… Continue reading Climate Hub Hamburg continues its mission