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CASE STUDY: on the frontline of climate activism

Tamsin Omond

15th October, 2009

In a heart-racing extract from her new book, Tamsin Omond gives a first-hand account of a diverse, but peaceful group of Climate Camp protesters bonding together when confronted by aggressive riot police more...
Near the village of Tuktoyaktuk

Tuktoyaktuk: a community on the frontline of climate change

Emma Bocking

1st October, 2009

Canadian coastal communities are faced with rising sea levels as the government continues to support destructive tar sands mining more...
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Make your 10 per cent CO2 cut for 2010

Laura Sevier

2nd September, 2009

Join the thousands of people, companies and organisations pledging to cut emissions by 10 per cent in 2010 as part of a new campaign launched by The Age of Stupid team more...
350.org in India

350.org: the ultimate climate change campaign?

Matilda Lee

9th July, 2009

Writer turned climate change activist Bill McKibben is organising a global day of witness on 24th October. Mark your calendars now more...
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CASE STUDY: campaigning against climate change

Laura Sevier

1st May, 2009

She's applying the same principles to environmental campaigning as her forebears did to fighting for universal suffrage. Laura Sevier meets the founder of the Climate Rush more...
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30 steps to an oil-free world

1st May, 2008

Ecologist

Our addiction to oil is not inevitable. We can all take steps to kick the habit more...
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Enshrining legal rights for the planet

Polly Higgins

10th December, 2008

Just as the humanitarian crisis of the Second World War gave birth to the swift implementation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 60 years ago in 1948, we now have a planetary crisis that needs to be addressed with equal urgency. Now is the time to call for a Universal Declaration of Planetary Rights. more...
Rush!

Rush! The Making of a Climate Activist

Henry Unwin

6th October, 2009

Tamsin Omond's personal account of her journey from carefree student to 'climate suffragette' explores the world of climate activism in a manner that can only inspire more...

The 300-350 Show: Climate Camp Ireland & Scotland

Phil England

9th September, 2009

The Climate Radio team finds how the protest camps supported local environmental campaigns. more...
Climate Camp London is taking place on Blackheath in South-East London

Climate Camp protest starts on Blackheath

Ecologist

26th August, 2009

This year's Climate Camp protest in London has started on Blackheath more...

The 300-350 Show: Climate Camp 2009 part two

Phil England

24th August, 2009

When is direct action justified? In the second part of his special programme on Climate Camp, Phil England gets the lowdown on the legalities of protest more...
A convoy of 400 ton dump trucks carries the bitumen-laden sands

Tar Sands protest comes to UK Climate Camp

Ecologist

18th August, 2009

Oil extraction from tar sands is causing large-scale environmental damage, say activists more...

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The 300-350 Show: Climate Camp(s) 2009

Phil England

17th August, 2009

As the preparations for Climate Camp 2009 continue apace, Phil England presents this special programme looking at the scale and spread of this 21st century campaigning phenomenon... more...
Climate Camp Wales

Protesters start Climate Camp Wales

Ecologist

12th August, 2009

Welsh Climate Camp gets underway as protesters set up camp near coal mine more...
The Great Climate Swoop

The great climate swoop goes public

Ecologist

10th August, 2009

Climate action groups launch public vote for next protest site more...
Dan Glass, climate change campaigner

Climate Camp Scotland: why we are protesting

Dan Glass

4th August, 2009

Climate change campaigner Dan Glass explains why he and other protesters have set up camp on the site of a proposed coal mine more...
This year Climate Camp protests are taking place all over the world

Climate Camp: saviour of the environmental movement?

Tom Levitt

6th August, 2009

Hostile police tactics at the Kingsnorth and G20 camps has not put protesters off as climate camp goes global more...
Police tactics have been heavily criticised in two reports

Police hostility will not stop us, say activists

Ecologist

28th July, 2009

Climate Camp activists are expecting more aggressive police tactics this summer more...
The Big Green Gathering was the UK's largest green festival

Big Green Gathering shutdown blamed on police

Ecologist

27th July, 2009

Green groups lose out on thousands of pounds as UK's biggest eco-festival is forced into late cancellation more...
Climate Camp at Glastonbury 2009

Glastonbury festival welcomes The Camp for Climate Action

Kevin Smith

11th June 2009

As the summer festival season gets into full swing join the the Climate Campers more...
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Al Jazeera Film: A Case of Global Proportions

Ecologist

11th June, 2009

Al Jazeera's five-part series, 'Corporations on Trial' looks at some of the rapidly growing law suits across the world today. more...
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A Time Comes - A film by Nick Broomfield

Ecologist

4th June, 2009

In 2007 six Greenpeace activists attempted to shut Kingsnorth coal-fired power station in Kent but were served a High Court injunction by a police helicopter. more...
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The Prince's Rainforest Project says Yes We Can

Damian Tow

7th May, 2009

So what connects Prince Charles and a large green frog? This modern spin on the fable of the frog and the Prince relates to the launch on 5th May of an online video and social networking campaign in support of the Prince’s Rainforest Project (PRP). more...
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The G20 marches - a pointless protest against everything, or the dawn of a new collective action?

Sylvia Rowley and Rachel Rickard Straus

2nd April, 2009

Protests. A political free-for-all or a new collective activism around social and environmental problems? Sylvia Rowley and Rachel Straus find out. more...

Dan Box Blog: Keeping an eye out

Dan Box

19th March, 2009

Where the wild things are... Planning his trip to the Carterets Islands, Dan Box wonders what he'll encounter while in transit on Papua New Guinea more...

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