Throwing stuff on paintings can’t win the climate war. What are the climate narratives that can?
The new wave of climate activists protesting in museums around the world brings up questions about the narratives promoted by these actions and their effectiveness. To win the fight against climate change we need narratives that can win over people, but how do we do it exactly? — Was the protest of Just Stop Oil activists throwing soup on Van Gogh’s painting at the National Gallery in London (or later, the activists throwing mashed potatoes at Monet's painting) successful or effective?