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Conclusion

  • Laurence L. DelinaEmail author
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Abstract

Producing an alternative ordering of contemporary human societies—one that is more sustainable, fair, and just—needs to arise from a rupture of fossil-based order. This requires multiplied climate actions of a strengthened climate action movement. Doing this is not a utopian work but requires series of and parallel efforts to relate actions with people’s everyday lives and aspirations, to deliver spatially and temporally proximate climate action messages, to develop a clear vision of the alternatives, to web these heterogeneous actions, and to interact with publics using multiple tools. And while success could not be guaranteed, histories have shown that a focused approach on these transformative mechanisms could mobilize peoples.

Keywords

Paris Agreement Climate actions Climate activism Mobilisation 

Reference

  1. Anderson, K., & Nevins, J. (2016). Planting seeds so something bigger might emerge: The Paris Agreement and the fight against climate change. Socialism and Democracy 30, 209–218.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range FutureBoston UniversityBostonUSA

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