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“I often feel like I’m making a real-life version of [the movie] Don’t Look Up,” comments Rich Felgate, a young filmmaker who has captured on camera many of the actions of Just Stop Oil, an environmental activist group based in the UK. Recent studies in environmental psychology highlight a form of cognitive dissonance between the availability of scientific information on the climate crisis, and the behavior of individuals and the decisions of policymakers. The civil resistance actions that have taken place around works of art in various museums in Europe and Australia since the beginning of summer 2022, which have multiplied in recent weeks (up to about twenty so far), are intended to point out this contradiction."
“I often feel like I’m making a real-life version of [the movie] Don’t Look Up,” comments Rich Felgate, a young filmmaker who has captured on camera many of the actions of Just Stop Oil, an environmental activist group based in the UK. Recent studies in environmental psychology highlight a form of cognitive dissonance between the availability of scientific information on the climate crisis, and the behavior of individuals and the decisions of policymakers. The civil resistance actions that have taken place around works of art in various museums in Europe and Australia since the beginning of summer 2022, which have multiplied in recent weeks (up to about twenty so far), are intended to point out this contradiction."
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