‘Save the future’: lessons in practical utopianism from the School Strikes for Climate Crisis

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 4 (2020)

‘Save the future’: lessons in practical utopianism from the School Strikes for Climate Crisis
Heather McKnight, pages -

Abstract

In the two years since Greta Thunberg’s solo protest, the School Strikes for Climate Crisis have become an influential global movement. Though driven by anxiety and a strong critique of present politics, they have avoided despair and instead model ways in which we might face an uncertain future with optimism and creativity.

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Heather McKnight (2020) ‘Save the future’: lessons in practical utopianism from the School Strikes for Climate Crisis, Renewal, 28(4), -

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