Twenty-two-year-old Elisa Baş is a press officer at Fridays For Future and a student of chemistry and geography in Hamburg. She is committed to climate justice with a focus on those most affected by the consequences of the climate crisis. As part of her activism, Elisa also campaigns for anti-racism and refugees. She spoke to KOPFZEILE about Lützerath, the Greens and the future of the climate justice movement.
Category Archive: HAMBURG
After a vote on a parliamentary committee of enquiry into the NSU murders, Green Party MP Miriam Block lost all political posts overnight. KOPFZEILE investigates what lies behind the accusation of a lack of factional discipline and what the Hamburg Greens’ understanding of factional discipline is.
Occupation for climate justice at the University of Hamburg. The activists of the group Schwupps! demand climate neutrality by 2025.
Volunteers had to fight for a long time in order to get the city to take care of the city pigeons, but slowly the issue is also reaching City Hall. At the moment, the former pets are multiplying almost unchecked and this also shows in Hamburg’s cityscape. A concept for pigeon management is supposed to provide a remedy.