The first-time voters in Germany make up only 4,6 percent of those eligible to vote. The over-60s make up almost 40 percent. What does that do to the young ...
The first-time voters in Germany make up only 4,6 percent of those eligible to vote. The over-60s make up almost 40 percent. What does that do to the young people? Are you up for politics? Do you feel well represented by the parties and their programs? And when you go into politics, what are your ideas, what are your hopes, what are you up for?
In the 5th #WWFthink election special, we discuss their politics with Lilli Fischer (CDU), Carla Reemtsma (Fridays For Future), Liv Julia Mengel (those who are courageous for the future at WWF) and Jan Schiffer (spokesman for Left Youth).
In the last few days we asked what the “old people” do.
Most recently with Daniel Günther (CDU), the Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6L2svKRq_J4.
Before that, with SPD Chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InD3NooWQqQ&t=0s
Robert Habeck (The Greens), Wiebke Winter (CDU & Climate Union), Prof. Dr. Claudia Kemfert (DIW), Viviane Raddatz (WWF) and Christopher Holzem (spokesman for Bürgerwerke eG):
And Annalena Baerbock, Chancellor candidate of the Greens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azfgm0xYaFs&t=1224s
On September 23rd, at 11 a.m., we will dive right into the topic of circular economy and economics for the good of the planet as a whole. Jochen Flasbarth, State Secretary in the Federal Environment Ministry, Dr. Lukas Köhler, climate policy spokesman for the FDP parliamentary group, Prof. Dr. Maja Göpel, political economist and transformation researcher, and Rebecca Tauer, economic expert at WWF.