Alexander Repenning

Alexander Repenning, born 1989 in Hamburg, is a comprehensivist, facilitator and writer engaged for climate justice since 2015. With a background in Social Sciences at the Humboldt-University of Berlin (BA) and Economics at the Cusanus Hochschule für Gesellschaftsgestaltung (Cusanus University for Shaping Society) (MA), he has been active in pushing political participation, Global Learning and has written about a variety of topics such as the climate crisis, postcolonial perspectives on volunteering for development, concrete utopias, and the student movement in Chile. He has published book chapters, articles and blog posts among others for attac and the blog Postwachstum (degrowth). He is currently working as education manager at Right Livelihood, the so-called Alternative Nobel Prize, connecting activism and academia and creating learning formats for system change. He lives in Annecy, France.

“Climate change is the biggest crisis of humankind. We can't watch other people drive our future right against the wall.”

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