The Seed Box project Growing up in a warming world has been active in the media during this and last year. Here is a selection of articles, podcasts and texts.
Can a good story save the planet? (Swedish)
Frida Buhre is interviewed in newspaper Aftonbladet’s article about the film “Greta” and the significance of symbols for a fossil-free future.
”Stop telling us that everything is fine” (Swedish)
Climate change cases has reached the courts. Around the world, the number of lawsuits is growing in the wake of notable victories for the climate movement, where the Netherlands and Germany have been forced to step up their efforts. In Sweden, a network of children and young people are preparing to sue the state. Field biologists Axel Eriksson, Gabriel Malmer and Sofie von Schenck support the case. Frida Buhre participates in the article in newspaper Sydsvenskan.
The children’s voice in times of crisis (Swedish)
Who listens to children when schools are closed and warnings of a “lost generation” are heard? Hear children around the world who want to make their voices heard and listen to Greta Thunberg on how children can set the agenda. Jonathan Josefsson participates in Swedish Radio “The children’s voice in times of crisis”.
How to make a sign for the climate strike (Swedish)
Are you going on a school strike for the climate? Here are five tips to keep in mind when making your poster. Several of the tips come from Frida Buhre.
Podcast: Child politics in times of crisis (Swedish)
In the podcast, Jonathan Josefsson talks about children and young people – and about the different strategies they acquire to influence and take power over their lives, and shake up the adult world. On climate activism, migration, education, gang crime and the fight for a voting age of 16 years. And about the concept of the child’s best interests, where the clash between rhetoric and practice is often abysmal.