#20 Phoebe Plummer on the role of young people in the climate crisis - Part 1
Phoebe Plummer, a young activist from Just Stop Oil, became famous after throwing soup at Vincent Van Gogh's Sunflowers painting at the National Gallery in London. Her phrase, "What's worth more, art of life?", echoed around the world's newspapers and helped to make the conversation around the climate crisis develop. But at the age of 21, she's sacrificed plenty to achieve this. In the first part of a 2-part interview, Phoebe discusses her experience in prison, why young people would work for oil companies, and how her family dynamics have been strained by her activism.
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