Email exchange between young climate activists from different places in Europe about their experiences and motives in their work.
The exchange will accompany the screening of Now by Jim Rakete, which will be freely available to stream for a fortnight on Goethe on Demand.
Geo and Asuka, two young climate activists, exchange their views in writing on different aspects of their engagement and give us an insight into their motivations and thoughts but also let us see their anger and frustration. What needs to happen so the young generation will be heard and their future taken seriously?
Aim of the written conversation is among other things the exchange and the discovery of commonalities, differences and problems that are evident in the work of young activists. You can follow the exchange from 4 November on this website
and on our Social Media channels
an environmentalist from Ireland, who has always had a strong connection with and love for nature. Since learning about climate change and pollution, Geo made it her mission do to anything possible to make a strong impact and try to save our beautiful Planet.
is an 18-year-old climate activist from Germany, active in the Fridays for Future movement. Akusa focuses on more radical and intersectional perspectives, and has been involved in a lot of different projects.
About the film
The film Now
shows how young activists from around the globe are currently challenging the status quo and pushing for social and political change. Now
is focusing on these young protagonists and the question of what it feels like to be an activist and what is at stake for them. Experienced activists as well as experts for different and relevant topics will provide background information and forecasts for future developments.
Please note, the film will be available to stream on Goethe on Demand from 1 November.