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Climate activism is making headlines. Almost every week, we read about disruptive actions: from throwing paint onto famous artworks to gluing oneself to the stage during TV shows or concerts. During the first meeting of the CSDS lunch lecture series, speakers from different climate movements, including Extinction Rebellion (Anna Salden), Scientist Rebellion (Fabian Dablander) and Greenpeace (Jelle Zijlstra) discuss the impact of such actions.

Event details of Disruptive climate action: Means justified by their ends?
Date 26 January 2023
Time 12:00 -13:00
Location Roeterseilandcampus - building A
Room 2.07

Even scientists and academics are beginning to engage in civil disobedience. Besides a lot of media attention, these actions have triggered discussions about their moral justification and effectiveness. At this very first meeting of the CSDS lunch lecture series, speakers from different climate movements, including Extinction Rebellion (Anna Salden), Scientist Rebellion (Fabian Dablander) and Greenpeace (Jelle Zijlstra) will debate about how these actions can contribute to, accelerate, deflect from or possibly even hinder the goal of securing a livable and sustainable future for all.

Roeterseilandcampus - building A

Room 2.07

Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
1018 WV Amsterdam