Zoom-“conference” – Coordination: David Fopp, PhD, senior lecturer – Stockholm University – January/February 2021
Intergenerational climate/justice activism,
political and educational change for sustainability
and science / the role of the university
A What is the problem 1? The ecological and climate crisis and the democratic challenge
B What is the problem 2? Planetary boundaries and “human” boundaries: GDP vs wellbeing/needs vs convivialism. About philosophy, politics and economics in relation to the crisis
C The norms – what is the compass for the changed political framework and for the process of the transition itself?
D How do we get there 1? Changing politics and society – multigenerationality and the new climate movements
E How do we get there 2? Strategy – how to do change the political framework? From blocking power stations and forests – to school striking – to blocking inner cities – to changing international law
F The role of all sciences and the university – science and education for sustainability
G “We need a new way of thinking” – is philosophy possible as a multigenerational project for a sustainable global democracy (and a sustainable relationship to nature and co-humans)?
Multigenerational climate/justice activism, political and educational change and the role of science
How could the “the people” and university together become the core for a sustainable societal transformation – the challenges