When the history of the early 21st century radicalism is written, special attention will be given to the Camp for Climate Action. In an age of tokenism and denial, it has and is articulating the concerns of the majority of the population. The importance, however, does end there. In an age in which the geography of protest is largely defined by large, formalized and somewhat alienating organizations, the Climate Camp movement has on the contrary been defined largely by it’s openness, it’s participatory structure and it’s propensity for direct action.
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