Greenpeace exists because this fragile earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action.
The coming decades we will continue to witness a dramatic change of the world as we know it. Our society is facing a planetary crisis and we are at a crossroad. We can choose to be passive or act too slowly, or rise to the challenge. The time is too short for the small steps today’s politicians are presenting. We need large scale change of the system we live in. And we still have a chance. Change is constant, and together we can make sure it is for the better. To a more just world that we proudly can pass over to coming generations.
Greenpeace believe optimism is a form of courage and that a billion acts of courage can spark a brighter tomorrow. A green and peaceful future is our quest. The heroes of our story are all of us who believe that a better world is not only within reach, but being built today.
During ReGeneration Week, Niclas Widmark and och Annalena Lohaus from Greenpeace will hold an interactive lecture about system change and activism which will set the stage and understanding of the enviromental challenges we’re facing today.