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91 researcher: today, we should all klimatprotestera
"91 researcher: today, we should all klimatprotestera"

"”We adults have a duty to engage”"

"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."

"the DEBATE. Around the world skolstrejkas it against that too little is done to stop climate change. Hundreds of thousands of youth in over a hundred countries have engaged in what has become a global movement. "

"day is planned for the most widespread protests so far."

"the Message is the same as the klimatforskarnas, then, that current climate policy and emissions must be radically as soon as possible, otherwise threatens a global catastrophe. Thousands of belgian and English scientists have in the open letter, confirmed that the message is true."

"Many of the protesters have not reached the voting age. They nevertheless choose to engage and to stand up for their community's future. "

"democratic citizenship gives the individual the opportunity to make their voice heard, including through the right to vote and freedom of expression. With the ability to follow a political responsibility for the joint. A responsibility that also includes taking care of the young, who lack the right to vote."

"It may be unclear how much the middle-aged and older can be affected if radical reductions of emissions are avoided. The situation will, however, be a maximum concern for today's young and extremely critical or disastrous to their children, according to the UN report on climate change from the fall that is based on available research. "

"Therefore, all of us adult citizen has a duty to engage. "

"With what should it protesteras? "

"The Swedish debate on the whereabouts in particular at the individual's responsibility for their own carbon emissions, caused by long haul flights and meat consumption. We have no objection to the type of lifestyle changes. "

"Reductions only in these areas, however, is far from being enough, according to climate science, and the individually selected livsstilsförändringarna must therefore be supplemented with a binding decision by those in power – in political as well as private bodies."

"Something that is discussed much less is, for example, that emissions from road transport today is 12 per cent higher than in 1990 despite the increased use of renewable fuels; that the EU ets has a surplus which leads to low prices; or that the Swedish industry, significant emissions increased since 2015. "

"Many Swedish companies seem to have begun efforts to reduce their emissions; to show responsibility for the climate seems to now be seen as a competitive advantage. "

"ultimately requires political leadership. The elected representatives must shoulder their responsibilities, recognise the seriousness of the situation, discuss and decide on the necessary policies and ensure that these are implemented; it is our duty as democratic citizens to push them to this, so long as they do not do so on their own initiative."

"given the threat climate change poses to the young people's future, and how crucial it is with radical emission reductions already in the next few years, there is really no alternative."

"nPer Adman, associate professor, political science, UppsalanOscar Almén, researcher, political science, UppsalanGunilla Almered Olsson, professor, global studies, GöteborgnJan-Åke Alvarsson, professor, cultural anthropology, UppsalanAida Alvinius, associate professor, FörsvarshögskolannFanny Ambjörnsson, associate professor, gender studies, StockholmnElina Andersson, researcher, LUCSUS, LundnStaffan Appelgren, senior lecturer, global studies, GöteborgnThomas Arentzen, associate professor, theology, Oslou002FUppsala nEgil asprem, head, associate professor, history of religion, StockholmnSusann Baez Ullberg, assistant professor. senior lecturer, cultural anthropology, UppsalanMatilda Baraibar, researchers, economic history, StockholmnAnn Bergman, professor, human work science, KarlstadnElin Bjarnegård, associate professor, political science, UppsalanUlf Bjereld, professor, political science, GöteborgnAnnika Björnsdotter Teppo, associate professor, cultural anthropology, UppsalanÖrjan Bodin, senior lecturer, Stockholm Resilience CentrenAnna Bohlin, associate professor, global studies, GöteborgnSara Bondesson, asst. senior lecturer, FörsvarshögskolannKristina Boréus, professor, housing and urban, UppsalanKarin Bradley, senior lecturer, KTHnEbba Brink, researchers, LUCSUS, LundnSara Brogaard, senior lecturer, LUCSUS, LundnAnders Burman, associate professor, global studies, GöteborgnHenner Busch, postdoctoral research fellow, human ecology, LundnHenrik Carlsen, Senior Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment InstitutenWim Carton, associate senior lecturer, LUCSUS, LundnGudrun Dahl, professor emerita, social anthropology, StockholmnPaulina de los Reyes, professor, economic history, StockholmnDe Moor, Joost, researcher, political science, UppsalanMarie Demker, professor, political science, GöteborgnAnn-Zofie Duvander, professor, demography, Stockholm nKatarina Eckerberg, professor, political science, UmeånJosefina Erikson, researcher, political science, UppsalanMaria Eriksson Baaz, professor, political science, UppsalanJanne Flyghed, professor, criminology, StockholmnCharlotta Friedner Parrat, asst. senior lecturer, FörsvarshögskolannPaul Fuehrer, associate professor, social sciences, SödertörnnSara Gabrielsson, associate senior lecturer, LUCSUS, Lund nMikael Granberg, professor, political science, KarlstadnNina Branch, scientists, social anthropology, LundnLutz Gschwind, phd student, political science, UppsalanNicklas Guldåker, senior lecturer, human geography, LundnQuintin Gumucio, university lecturer, cultural anthropology, GävlenMaria-Therese Gustafsson, researcher, department of political science, StockholmnMarkus Göransson, assistant professor. senior lecturer, FörsvarshögskolannSten Hagberg, professor, cultural anthropology, UppsalanDavid Armour, senior lecturer, LUCSUS, LundnSofie Hellberg, associate professor, global studies, GöteborgnKristina Helgesson Kjellin, researchers, cultural anthropology, UppsalanLinnea Helmersson, phd student, culture and medievetenskaper, UmeånArita Holmberg, associate professor, FörsvarshögskolannAlf Hornborg, professor, human ecology, Lund nJonas Hultin Rosenberg, researcher, political science, UppsalanKristine Höglund, professor, peace and conflict studies, UppsalanHelena new york, associate professor, ethnology, StockholmnEllinor Isgren, researchers, LUCSUS, LundnHenrik Johnsen, researcher, history of religion, StockholmnUlf Jonsson, professor emeritus, economic history, StockholmnTorsten Krause, associate senior lecturer, LUCSUS, LundnAnnica Kronsell, professor, global studies, GöteborgnOscar Larsson, researchers, town and country, SLUnMats Lindberg, professor emeritus, political science, ÖrebronJennifer Mack, associate professor, KTHnAndreas Ore, asst. senior lecturer, human ecology, LundnBo Nilsson, professor, culture and medievetenskaper, UmeånFinn Nilson, associate professor, risk and environmental studies, Karlstad nDaniel Nohrstedt, associate professor, political science, UppsalanMaria Nordbrandt Bergström, doctoral student, political science, UppsalanLennart Olsson, professor, LUCSUS, LundnCharles Parker, associate professor, political science, UppsalanDominika V. Polanska, associate professor, housing and urban, UppsalanMerritt Polk, professor, global Studies, GöteborgnOscar Pripp, associate professor, ethnology, UppsalanOwe Ronström, professor, ethnology, UppsalanSamuel Rubenson, professor, religious studies, LundnMärit Simonsson, researchers, culture and medievetenskaper, UmeånWelat Songur, university lecturer, social sciences, SödertörnnMaria Stern, professor, global studies, GöteborgnIsak Svensson, professor, peace and conflict studies, UppsalanRyszard Szulkin, professor emeritus, sociology, StockholmnHåkan Thörn, professor, sociology, GöteborgnSofie Tornhill, senior lecturer, community studies, LinnéuniversitetetnKatrin Uba, associate professor, political science, UppsalanSusanne Urban, associate professor, housing and urban, UppsalanChristine Wamsler, professor, LUCSUS, LundnRikard Warlenius, senior lecturer, global studies, GöteborgnJohan Wejryd, researcher, political science, UppsalanSara Westin, researchers, housing and urban, UppsalanSoheyla Yazdanpanah, associate professor, culture and learning, SödertörnnMagnus Öhlander, professor, european ethnology, Stockholm"

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