Joost de Moor is a postdoctoral researcher at Stockholm University. His research focuses on environmental and urban movements, climate change, and political participation.
Published in: openMovementsUsing narratives for strategic adaptation: lessons learned from COP21
For climate activists in the run-up to COP26, taking strategic decisions based on stories about past mobilizations...
The ‘new’ climate politics of Extinction Rebellion?
Creating a movement that can have the impact XR aims for will require confronting the political as well as the moral...
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...
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.