South East England

South East England

BP Fortnight of Shame

The BP Fortnight of Shame is a call to action from the UK Tar Sands Network, Rising Tide and the Camp for Climate Action to force BP to reverse their crazy plans to move into Canada’s tar sands.

Coal Action Scotland InfoTour dates

The Mainshill Solidarity Camp is going on tour! Check our list of dates below to see if we're coming anywhere near you. If you'd like us to to a talk where you are and its not on the list, email us at mainshill [at] riseup.net and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

10th March
Brighton
7pm at the Cowley Club
London Road

Transition Heathrow turns wasteland into community garden

1/3/2010
Community activists from the group Transition Heathrow have taken over an abandoned market garden threatened by the third runway. Around lunchtime, 20 people "swooped" on the land in Sipson, one of the villages due for demolition if the third runway at Heathrow goes ahead.

Fossil Fools Day 2010

Climate change is no laughing matter – but that doesn’t mean we can’t confront the Fossil Fuel Empire with subversive humour.

WHAT: Direct actions, practical jokes and throwing a spanner in the works to stop the fossil fools.
WHERE: Your street, town or city.
WHEN: April 1st, 2010.

Tar Sands protests (Brighton & London)

Climate Camp Invades BP Petrol Stations Over Tar Sands

Brighton RBS painted - the lines are drawn

Communique from the Fine Line Art Collective (FLAC)
Date: 3rd Feb 2010
Address: Old Steine, Brighton
Tel: 01273 821118

In the small hours of this morning the Brighton branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland fell foul of a FLAC attack.

We claim full credit for the free public art installation of a fat red and black line of gloss paint on the floor across the doorway of the bank.

climate camp 'where next?' regional gatherings and reader

PROPOSALS FOR 2010 SO FAR

We've got a new discussion board up on the Climate Camp website with all the proposals for the regional gatherings received so far, plus some other useful texts from the Where Next? discussions. Join the discussion here:

http://discussion.climatecamp.org.uk

REGIONAL GATHERINGS IN JANUARY

Cowley Club Bookshop Talks 2010

The Cowley Bookshop Collective are proud to present a series of author talks for 2010:

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All events run from 16.00 to 18.30 and are FREE
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Friday 8 January
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Clive Bloom (Violent London) talks about his research into Edwardian anarchism.

Tree felled despite protesters underneath & protection agreement

23 December 2009
A MAJESTIC 350-year-old oak tree in Steep was chopped down just hours after a deal was struck to save it.

Shocked villagers looked on in horror as contractors reneged on an agreement to save the landmark oak, which has stood in Ashford Chace since the time of Oliver Cromwell, by clambering up into the highest branches and hacking it down last Tuesday afternoon.

Save Titnore Woods!

With the threat of development on Titnore Woods, one of the two remaining semi-ancient woodlands left on the West Sussex coastal plain fast approaching, now is the time to rise up and resist the destruction of our natural environment by corporate greed.

Multiple Climate Protests Hit Cambridge - Darwin Speaks!

16.12.09: Outraged Cambridge locals have launched multiple protests to coincide with the Climate Justice Action mass protests in Copenhagen. They demand climate justice and and end to false, carbon trading solutions.