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About Joost de Moor

Joost de Moor is a postdoctoral Research Associate at the School of Politics, Philosophy, International Relations, and Environment (SPIRE) at Keele University. Here, he works for the Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) where he focuses on how grassroots movements pursue sustainability through prefigurative strategies. Joost’s research focuses on activism within the environmental movement, the climate movement, and the squatting movement, with a particular focus on the relation between strategies and political contexts.

Articles by Joost de Moor

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Why some cities are ‘rebel cities’ – interview with Yaz Brien about Bristol’s resistance scene

“It’s a movement that shuts shit down but it really isn’t hypermasculine. And I think, in many ways, that is a factor in its sustainability.”

COP21: the climate movement’s last summit?

In Paris, by trying to lift off ‘planet summit’, its gravity became truly noticeable for the first time.

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