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Luisa Neubauer

About the ending of the climate crisis

What does the future look like? Will the climate catastrophe overwhelm us? Or will we get started in time and shape the big change? We are at a crossroads. Politics, business, civil society, everyone must take action. But how? Luisa Neubauer and Alexander Repenning published the book "From the end of the climate crisis - A history of our future" in 2019. It is a plea to shape the change in society as a whole now and to ensure greater climate justice. A forceful, emotional and highly informative book that makes clear the dramatic nature of the situation, illuminates the background and describes new ways - without falling into a state of shock. Luisa Neubauer, born 1996 in Hamburg, is co-organizer of Fridays for Future and the most prominent representative of the German movement in the media. In 2018, she met Swedish student Greta Thunberg at the UN Climate Change Conference and subsequently launched the movement in Germany with other activists. Since then, Luisa Neubauer has met various heads of state and government, participated in the World Climate Conference in Madrid and the World Economic Forum in Davos. Luisa Neubauer graduated in 2019 with a bachelor's degree inGeography. She is currently studying resource analysis and management in the master's program at the Georg-August-University of Göttingen. She is host of the Spotify Original podcast "1.5 degrees " and writes, among other things, for the stern column "On the way to tomorrow".
Luisa Neubauer