Climate action commented by SU researcher in The Conversation
Can individual behaviour make a real difference to the environment? In a new article in the digital magazine The Conversation, researchers from Stockholm University and Keele University discuss the relationship between alternatives and resistance.
The article “Climate action shouldn’t mean choosing between personal and political responsibility” is published on 29 January and written by Joost de Moor, post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Political Science, Stockholm University, together with Brian Doherty and Philip Catney, Keele University.
They write: “We often treat the decisions to find alternative ways of living more sustainably and to pursue political resistance against big polluters and inactive governments as separate. But our recent research found that the relationship between alternatives and resistance is really far more complex. One can often lead to the other,”
Read the article published in The Conversation: https://theconversation.com/climate-action-shouldnt-mean-choosing-between-personal-and-political-responsibility-130656
Read more about the collaboration between Stockholm University and The Conversation and how to pitch an article idea: https://www.su.se/english/staff/services/information-communication/pitch-an-article-idea-for-the-conversation-1.462268
More articles in The Conversation by researchers at Stockholm University: https://theconversation.com/institutions/stockholm-university-1019
February 4, 2020
Source: External Relations and Communications Office