Joost De Moor

Joost is a CUSP fellow at Stockholm University. His research focuses on how grassroots movements pursue sustainability through prefigurative strategies.

Posts by Joost De Moor 2 posts
The ‘new’ climate politics of Extinction Rebellion? | Blog by Joost de Moor, Brian Doherty and Graeme Hayes
XR is a rather potent campaign, CUSP researchers Joost de Moor, Brian Doherty and their colleague Graeme Hayes find, yet creating a movement that can have the impact XR aims for will require confronting the political as well as the moral challenges posed by climate change. (This blog first appeared on the openDemocracy website, 27 Nov 2018).
Why some cities are ‘rebel cities’—interview with Yaz Brien about Bristol’s resistance scene | by Joost de Moor
Grassroots activism is widely considered a vital element in society’s shift to becoming more just and ecologically balanced. What is it about certain places/cities that makes them more conducive to the emergence and sustainability of environmental activism?