Autumn EF! Action Update out - and advance notice of the Winter Moot, 22-24 February (gathering of eco-activists), Nottingham
The latest issue of the quarterly EF!AU was dished up at the Anarchist Bookfair - bursting at the seams, it had to be turned into a bumper issue, with a round-up of the actions around the time of the Camp for Climate Action, plus loads of action reports from around the world since then - from pieing oil executives, blockading garages & airports, polar bears locking-on, sabotage, prisoners, occupied spaces, digger-diving, GM crop-trashing, to cake and the cunning use of mung beans (oh, and of course, much much more).
14th October 2007 early demo report: nearly 30 people took part in the London leg of the worldwide anti-McDonald's day. It started at noon at the Leicester Square McDonald's. There was a Ronald McDonald attacking a person dressed as a cow. The cow went down well with the kids and even some adults! Lots of leaflets were handed out and the public seemed to be receptive on the whole. Also, the police were noticeable by their absence. The demo moved onto the Shaftesbury Avenue McDonald's and finished at about 3.30.
There is a national day of action at the Shell site at Bellanaboy, County Mayo, Ireland. For those who cant make the demo- solidarity actions are also being called for...
Gagged! #19 (South Wales @); Bath Bomb no.2; Cambrian Snooze 11 (West Wales); Climate Action News sheet 71, September 2007
GAGGED! #19 • September 2007 • http;//www.gaggedanarchist.tk • FREE
Read the PDF here
Inspired by the Camp for Climate Action? Don't wait till next year to take part in collective direct action against the causes of climate change. At this year’s Camp, the Rising Tide network called a Day of Local Action against RBS, major backer of the aviation industry, key funder of the Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) pipeline currently tearing up the Welsh
During rush-hour this morning, activists dropped a 16 metre long banner from the Edinburgh Crags to promote Climate Camp. The banner read 'This planet has no emergency exits', and then gave the website for the climate camp: www.climatecamp.org.uk.
Today a small group of local campaigners visited Shell's processing plant at Bacton on the North Norfolk Coast to demonstrate solidarity with communities struggling against Shell in Co. Mayo, Eire. Bacton is one of the major landfall locations for North Sea gas in England and Shell's refinery has been included in the recent SOCPA legislation.
Camp for Climate Action - all the info you need to get there with the right stuff, take action & do workshops
The Camp for Climate Action 2007 - Tuesday 14th August to Tuesday 21st August
Check out Indymedia for news during the camp - this website will not get updated for the duration - site occupied: come on down.
Key information for people coming
Avenge the Planet - www.reclaimtheskies.com - information for action
24 Hours of Mass Action
Toolkit for climate action
Injunction: all-clear details & legal briefing
Legal advice to read before arrival