Climate protection in Bremen

“Rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all areas of society” – the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) demands no less to prevent the worst consequences of global warming. Against this background, Bremen has adopted a new, ambitious climate protection strategy in 2022. In the end, citizens’ perceptions of the climate crisis and issues of climate justice also play a crucial role in their successful implementation.

With the project Change of Perspective Climate Justice denkhausbremen wants to enable citizens and politicians to change their perspective and to look at the climate crisis from the point of view of the other. As part of a series of events and interviews, the project sheds light on the background of global climate justice and climate flight and promotes a dialogue at eye level with people from the Global South as an essential prerequisite for just climate policy.

Dr. Harald Ginzky works as an environmental lawyer and transformation scientist for the German Environment Agency, now for more than Read more
Teresa Lifuka-Drecala in conversation with denkhausbremen about the rising sea level threatening her island state, the difficult decision of people Read more
Hamira Kobusingye is a climate activist based in Uganda and the founder of the organisation Climate Justice Africa. In 2023, Read more
Dr. Sunny Omwenyeke in conversation with denkhausbremen about climate change as a reason for flight, his work to empower refugees Read more
Isadora Cardoso is a queer feminist climate activist and researcher from Brazil, who has been working on gender and climate Read more
Rituraj Phukan in conversation with denkhausbremen on the way indigenous people are affected by climate change and how their cultures Read more


The project “Change of Perspective Climate Justice” is supported by ENGAGEMENT GLOBAL with funds from the BMZ as well as by the German Climate Foundation and the funding program of EWS Schönau, the Senate Dept. 32 – Development Cooperation of the State of Bremen, Stiftung Umverteilen, Bread for the World with resources from the Church Development Service, the Postcode Lottery, and CAFA.