Edgar Selge (Hans-Walter Klein)Ulrich Tukur (Victor Graf)Nina Kunzendorf (Wiebke Kastager)Friederike Becht (Larissa Meybach)Sven Schelker (Laurenz Opalka)Martina Eitner-Acheampong (Angela Merkel)Robin Gooch (Richterin)Masumi Fukuchi (Richterin)Inmaculada Fornells Gonzales (Richterin)Alexander Yassin (Richter)Utsav Agrawal (Sulab Makan)Rehema LuzigaBrenda TurnerHans-Jochen Wagner (Hannes Schwerdtner)Frank Röth (Phillip Schneider)Tilo Nest (Peter Tönnecke)Christian Grashof (Sven Lammfeld)Sarah Boberg (Alma Sundgard)
The year 2034: The consequences of the climate catastrophe are dramatic. Drought and floods destroy the livelihoods of millions of people. After the third storm tide in a row, the headquarters of the International Court of Justice in The Hague was evacuated. In a provisional interim building in Berlin, the climate catastrophe becomes the subject of legal proceedings. Two lawyers represent 31 countries of the global South, which are doomed to destruction without the support of the international community. They raise the question of responsibility, demand compensation and a right of nature to integrity in order to ensure their own survival. High-ranking representatives from politics and industry are invited as witnesses. The court must decide whether German policymakers are to be held accountable for their failure to protect the climate and thus set a precedent for climate justice.