ČERNÍK, Mikuláš. The Construction of Climate Justice Imaginaries through Resistance in the Czech Republic and Poland. In "Ludzie zbuntowani”/ „Rebellious people”. 2021.
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Original name The Construction of Climate Justice Imaginaries through Resistance in the Czech Republic and Poland
Authors ČERNÍK, Mikuláš.
Edition "Ludzie zbuntowani”/ „Rebellious people” 2021.
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Type of outcome Presentations at conferences
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
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Changed by Changed by: Mgr. Mikuláš Černík, učo 363863. Changed: 22/11/2021 07:58.
Abstract
I provide an overview of disruptive and constructive aspects of resistance during climate camps organised in the Czech Republic and Poland. To do so, I will first briefly describe the importance of coal for energy production in these countries. I will elaborate on the regional characteristics of extraction and energy policy in both states, as well as previous public mobilisations against coal. The empirical part is then divided into two sections. In the first, I will provide an overview of disruptive elements of the resistance, conducted against the power that controls the use of lignite reserves. In the second, I will focus on the aspects and conditions through and in which the movement creates a space for new, counter-hegemonic imaginaries
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MUNI/A/1377/2020, interní kód MUName: Udržitelná a spravedlivější společnost: přístupy humanitních a sociálních věd (Acronym: UDASPOL)
Investor: Masaryk University
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