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INVITATION TO THE NEXT CAMP FOR CLIMATE ACTION ORGANISING MEETING IN LONDON, SATURDAY 10TH & SUNDAY 11TH JUNE 2006

london climate camp flier

Climate change will transform life on Earth without action now. We are currently on course for a 3C degree rise in temperature, which is likely to mean the deaths of 400 million of the world's poorest people, and a social crisis that will engulf us all. And still the insane machine rumbles on: political clichés about sustainable growth, full steam ahead for nuclear power, the new Airbus, civil war in Iraq, the gridlocked motorways rumbling towards oil depletion…

massive climate chaos direct action - Reclaim Power, 31st August

Reclaim Power flier front

Visualise Industrial Collapse

Governments can't deal with the challenge!
Climate change is the greatest threat to ever face humanity and its happening now. Governments and big business dream of continued economic growth so won't deal with the crises. What we really need is a fundamental shift in the way we live - AWAY from consumer society, continued economic growth and power concentrated in the hands of the few. TOWARDS locally based, grassroots, community solutions.

Announcing the opening of the 2006 Trident Ploughshares Devonport Camp in Plymouth

18.05.2006
TRIDENT PLOUGHSHARES – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PLOUGHSHARES PIRATES SET TO DEFY NEW LAWS.

Trident Ploughshares, the internationally-recognised anti-Trident organisation, have opened our fifth annual Devonport disarmament camp at Thancke’s Park in the Torpoint area. Thancke’s Park is directly across the River Tamar from the Dockyard

Cornish Minibus to Climate Camp

We are organising a minibus to get people to the Climate Camp from Cornwall.

Details (including costs) are still being sorted out but if you are interested in going to the camp and would like to possibly come on the minibus, please contact me.

Block the Builders target contractors again

Block the Builders May 1
Block the Builders May 2

15.05.2006
This morning nonviolent direct action group Block the Builders took their protest against the controversial Orion laser facility to the doors of the cement factory supplying materials for foundations of new facilities at AWE Aldermaston.

July 15 International Day of Direct Action against Climate Change and the G8!

July 15th will be an International Day of Action Against Climate Change. As G8 energy ministers promise trillions in new subsidies to the industries destroying our planet and our future, we will take action to shut them down! This is a call for autonomous, decentralized actions appropriate for your town, city, or bioregion.

CAMP for CLIMATE ACTION organising weekend, Bristol 13/14th May

Climate camp poster

Big Bristol Meeting – Get involved!
Next weekend (Sat 13th & Sun 14th May) will be a big get-together to help plan the Summer Climate Camp. All welcome.

Climate Camp Notts Neighbourhood Planning Meeting, 16th May

Tuesday 16th May, at the Sumac Centre, 245 Gladstone St, Forest Fields, Nottingham. For directions see  http://www.sumac.org.uk

The Camp for Climate Action will be happening from 26th August till 4th September this summer. The government is failing and unable to take real action on climate change, and we can not sit back and see our planet go up in smoke!

AWE Aldermaston blockade on 15th May

The next Block the Builders blockade to disrupt construction work on the new Orion laser facility at the Atomic Weapons Establishment at Aldermaston in Berkshire will be on Monday 15th May.

As usual, please meet up on Sunday evening, 14th May, at 6pm at the Friends Meeting House in Newbury (map:  http://tinyurl.com/beuyo) for a planning meeting on the action on Monday morning. Food and floor sleeping space available.

Manchester anti-nuke demo report (& video)

On Saturday 29th March, the 20th aniversary of Chernobyl was commemorated with a procession through the city centre to Cross St Chapel, where talks about nuclear power were held.

Demonstrators wore all black and held letters spelling out 'remember Chernobyl'. An autonomous bloc left the main procession and went into shops with banners against nuclear power and climate change. They were quickly ejected from the Arndale Centre, although when the security staff thought the protestors had left, they were spotted reading their leaflets about nuclear power and the upcoming climate camp.

5 May: "evil SERCo" AGM (and SOCPA)

Serco AGM 1

Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp(aign) invite anti-WMD types, people working on detention centre issues, and anyone with a grudge against PFI in general, to join us for a good, colourful/noisy moan outside (and inside for those with shares) the Serco AGM.

Manchester Mayday weekend: anti-nuclear demo

Bart Smash Dalton

Commemorate the 20th anniversary of Chernobyl and join our opposition to a new nuclear generation.
DEMONSTRATE

Meet at The Basement, 24 Lever St, 11.45am Sat. 29th April WEAR BLACK. Procession arrives at Cross St Chapel 12.45pm

Aldermaston contractors blocked

Aldermaston blockade April 06

10.04.2006
This morning nonviolent direct action group Block the Builders took their protest against the controversial Orion laser facility to the doors of one of current contractors working on a range of projects at AWE Aldermaston.