This article was translated by Google and R.E.
It's time to act, not to think, said many green engaged three or four years ago. It was time for Greta Thunberg, climate striker and Extinction Rebellion, with significant use of outspokenness.
The critical wave created vibrations, but the changes were not as great as many had hoped. Maybe they were a little too one-sided, those who suggested that balanced thinking was the wrong use of time? If the goal is to mobilize both broader and more permanently, it is necessary to develop a "space of thought", where different people can meet to clarify the paths to a green future.
Those who see the truth in this will find much of value in Anders Dunker's recent book Å think about which. The book consists of 17 essays, previously published in the years 2015-2021, in the Scandinavian edition of Le Monde diplomatique.
I have gladly read some of the texts before. It still gives a different whole to have them served on one tray. There will be some repetitions, naturally enough, but each essay constitutes a separate universe, characterized by a myriad of varied voices. . .
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