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Climate change: More severe than coronavirus

Regissør: Phie Amb

CLIMATE: The opening film at Copenhagen DOX: the young people influenced the climate choices of politics, but Ida Auken is the film's most important focal point.

Democracy works. It is possible for citizens, even children and young people, to influence major political decisions. The media simply delivers a distorted image of politicians and their political parties. For politicians will actually act against climatethe changes, and they cooperate across partisan lines.

This is what film director Phie Ambo says about his documentary 70/30 with the subtitle «Democracy's race with the climate crisis». The film had its world premiere at CPH: DOX Film Festival 2021 on 21 April.

In a country where the prime minister has declared himself the children's prime minister, children and young people have demonstrated week after week. . .

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Niels Johan Nielsen
Juhl-Nielsen resides in Copenhagen.

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