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Frederik Blauwhof

Frederik Blauwhof

Frederik Blauwhof is writing his dissertation in political economy on the (im)possibility of ecologically sustainable capitalism, and has published in the Ecological Economics journal., Frederik has written on politics, labour and environmental issues for the German magazine marx21, the Dutch paper de Socialist, as well as the US-American blog Democracy at Work. He has also made video reports for The Real News Network. An acticist in the left party in Berlin, Blauwhof has been involved in the Berliner Energietisch campaign, as well as further referendum campaigns against the privatization of the regional train S-Bahn and the Berlin water company. He is also active in anti-racist movements as well as the social housing tenants' movement in Berlin.

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Frederik Blauwhof

Frederik Blauwhof

Frederik Blauwhof is writing his dissertation in political economy on the (im)possibility of ecologically sustainable capitalism, and has published in the Ecological Economics journal., Frederik has written on politics, labour and environmental issues for the German magazine marx21, the Dutch paper de Socialist, as well as the US-American blog Democracy at Work. He has also made video reports for The Real News Network. An acticist in the left party in Berlin, Blauwhof has been involved in the Berliner Energietisch campaign, as well as further referendum campaigns against the privatization of the regional train S-Bahn and the Berlin water company. He is also active in anti-racist movements as well as the social housing tenants' movement in Berlin.

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