... a group of students from various Munich universities and colleges that have joined the climate justice movement in Munich and want to carry the movement to the colleges and universities and especially to the students. But we are open to all people who are interested in us and our values and topics! Everyone can join us and get involved right away.
As an independent subgroup of Fridays for Future Munich (FFF) we feel very close to FFF - therefore we stand behind FFF's demands and transfer them to the university cosmos.
We unite students in the fight for climate justice - to this end, we are working out demands that we are addressing on the university and college managements and have achieved first results at the TUM!
As a movement, public relations among students and for society is a core topic. Therefore, besides strikes and spontaneous actions, we organize e.g. the Public Climate School with scientific lectures & seminars at several universities.
StuFF is a feeling! As climate protectors, we spend a lot of time together, exchange ideas with StuFF groups throughout Germany and maintain an active network with other climate justice movements in the "cosmopolitan city with a heart".
We are structured in a grassroot-democratic and non-hierarchical way - every single vote counts and everybody does what he/she likes. StuFF is divided into working groups, which are coordinated and supported by so-called "hat people". The working groups meet regularly with each other and often in the weekly, large plenary sessions with all members, where we exchange important information & news.
Our plenum is open to everyone - no matter if you just want to have a quick taste or if you want to get started with StuFF right away. For all newcomers there will be a half-hour introductory round (the onboarding) before the plenum to get to know us better.
Every Thursday evening there will also be a climate pub. Whether in a pub or digitally from home: in the climate pub we tell each other stories from everyday life, hold discussions on various topics, watch a film or organise a game night.
You know us from the Friday strikes? Then grab your protest sign and join in! Together with FFF we are regularly on strike and organize student blocks for certain large demonstrations.
You can find information about the place and time of these meetings in our telegram group and on our social media channels
Detailed information about who we are, our goals, our values and ideas and about our close alliances and supporters can be found in our current self-conception.
Self-conception (german), adopted on 21.04.2020
You want to join our group? Great! Just drop by on our Plenum, every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m., where we discuss strategies and plan future actions. Currently our plenas are held hybrid, wich means online on our Discord Server discord.gg/PjFRNHN, as well as offline with a limited number of persons. The location will be announced a few days in advance in our Telegram-Channel.
If you have a suggestion or a request for cooperation, it is best to write us an email or to join a plenum-session:
We have made demans to the administration of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), based on wishes of students at TUM. You can download them here (unfortunately as well only in German):
The Public Climate School is designed to adapt courses to the topics covered, so that for one week the climate crisis is given the importance it deserves. In almost every subject area there is a direct link to the topics of climate justice, climate crisis/protection, climate policy and sustainability. Therefore, we would like to ask all professors and lecturers to devote the sessions of their courses during the PCS week to the challenges mentioned above.
You would like to support us in the planning, coordination & implementation of further Public Climate Schools? Get in touch with us, or come to our plenum - no matter if you are a student, professor or other interested person. Everyone is allowed to contribute as much as he/she can and wants to.
Just like the university's operations, which currently have to be moved to the digital space, we are also digitizing the Public Climate School this semester! This is a great challenge, but at the same time, of course, it is also an opportunity: This year we will not only contribute to a program in Munich, but also to a joint program across Students For Future Germany.
Nationwide PCS Programm
Please note that current live program is not necessarily final — although all listed events (barring illness or similar exceptions) will definitely take place, it may still happen that either room or time (or both) of some events changes. It is possible and indeed likely that some additional events will appear here soon. So it's for the best if you check if anything has changed the weekend before each Public Climate School starts.
As far as it is possible and permitted, we will also publish all PCS contributions on our YouTube channel afterwards. Contributions broadcasted nationwide will be uploaded analogously on the nationwide SFF YouTube channel. Some videos are also available on the tracker-free haccVOC hacc.media
Please plan a little time for all these steps so that we can start the events on time!
Einige der Veranstaltungen während der Public Climate School wurden aufgezeichnet. Ihr könnt euch die Aufzeichnungen auf dem
YouTube Account der Students For Future nochmal ansehen
(Leider haben wir teilweise nur das Audio der Kamera aufnehmen können, weil wir nicht auf die Hörsaaltechnik zugreifen konnten).
Am Donnerstagabend zu Beginn der Studierendenversammlungen wurde auch ein Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Harald Lesch live gestreamt. Diesen könnt ihr euch hier ansehen:
Die Folien zu Leschs Vortrag könnt ihr euch hier herunterladen.
On our leaflets, we display four of the most important indicators showing the advancing climate crisis. From left to right: global temperature anomaly, average CO2-concentration, yearly loss of glacier ice, and average sea-level rise:
If you need leaflets, it is best to either write us an email or join our Telegram Channel and ask there.
You want to write an article about us? Cool! Here you can download our press releases on the Public Climate School and Student Assemblies (unfortunately, as of yet there are only the German versions):
Here you will find pictures that you can use in articles about us. Do not forget to mention the photographer.