Inside the last generation – how tough are climate activists? Podcast

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Inside the last generation – how tough are climate activists?  Podcast

IIn the first part of the podcast, Lennart Fahler and Alexander Danger meet one of the most famous activists of the “last generation.” They also found a total of six gigabytes of documents, which also contain the climate activists’ internal plans.

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In the second part of the podcast, the reporters continue digging through the vast amount of material from the “last generation.” They also travel to London, where they meet the movement’s thought leaders. And they came across a psychologist researching the structures of the protest movement—and learned something about recruiting new members:

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Here you can find more research by Lennart Fähler and Alexander Danger on the “last generation”:

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