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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...
Cliff-top wind turbines

Vestas wind protesters evicted

Ecologist

7th August, 2009

Lack of market for wind power in UK exposed as protest ends more...
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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...
Protests against mining

Mining company targeted by protesters

Ecologist

27th July, 2009

Vedanta Resources plc, the company behind a devastating new mine in India, is facing disruption to its London AGM over its actions more...
Protesters are calling on the government to prove its commitment to renewable energy

Wind turbine factory protesters facing eviction

Ecologist

24th July, 2009

The continuing protest by workers at the Vestas wind turbine factory is shaming the government's green claims more...
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Workers protest to save wind turbine factory

Ecologist

21st July, 2009

Lord Mandelson's plans for a green economy meet cold, hard reality as workers stage sit-in protest to save Vestas wind turbine factory from closure more...

Solsbury Hill: Chronicle of a road protest

Laura Sevier

19th June, 2009

This book’s photographs by Adrian Arbib capture the spirit of a movement beginning to find its voice. more...
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The Tesco Chainstore Massacre

Paul Kingsnorth

1st May, 2006

How one small English town took on a superstore - and won more...
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Direct action - the winning argument?

Sarah Lewis

13th May, 2009

When a Victorian tea party took over Heathrow's Terminal 1 earlier this year, it was a clear sign that environmental campaigning had taken a large step away from time-worn methods of protesting. more...

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Climate Camp

Amelia Gregory

9th April, 2009

The plan was a simple one: Climate Camp would "swoop" onto the main road on Bishopsgate directly outside the European Climate Exchange (the biggest carbon trading hub in the world) on April 1st, just as the G20 circus rolled into town. But we were never sure precisely how it would work. 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: listening to the radicals

Dan Box

2nd April, 2009

Dan Box makes a detour to the G20 climate protests in London, but leaves disappointed. Later, a lecture by Nicholas Stern, author of the Stern review, lifts his spirits. more...
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Saving the world with the flick of a switch

Duncan Hodson

28th March, 2009

At 8:30pm on Saturday 28th March the world will be plunged into darkness. But fear not, this is not a cause for alarm but for celebration. more...
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Youth driving the environmental movement

Joss Garman

25th March, 2009

'We're here because our parents' generation has failed us and it's up to young people to stop climate change by whatever peaceful means we have left.' more...
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Bill McKibben: why I'm planning to get arrested on Monday (and you should, too)

Bill McKibben

26th February, 2009

It may seem odd timing that many of us are heading to the nation's capital early next month for a major act of civil disobedience at a coal-fired power plant, the first big protest of its kind against global warming in America. more...
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Oxfordshire beauty spot saved from becoming a waste coal ash dump

Ecologist

21st January, 2009

It has been a long and bitter struggle. When locals who had for years enjoyed the peace and tranquillity of Thrupp lake at Radley, Oxfordshire, learned that it was to be filled with fly-ash from Didcot power station, they assumed that a small but vocal protest would help see off the plans. more...
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Regional Destruction Agency: Why SWRDA would rather demolish than make sustainable

Simon Fairlie

8th January, 2009

The South West Regional Development Agency is letting down planet and people despite promises to redevelop the former site of Morland leather works 'sustainably'. more...

I'm the Reverend Billy

Bill Talen

3rd January, 2009

We interrupt our regular programming for a moral advisory... more...
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Determination in the face of destruction

Michelle Duffield

16th October, 2008

What do you do when your faith, identity, independence and livelihood are all endangered by a mine that has the backing of a multi-billion pound company and even your own government? For the Dongria Kondh hill tribe of Orissa, India, there is only one answer: you stop them. more...
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Counquer ourselves first

Miguel Mendonça

1st October, 2008

During my global travels, spreading the word on the cheapest, most effective and equitable policy road for renewables, my observations and experiences have led me to several infuriating and distressing conclusions. more...
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Poison Fire Interview

Phil Moore

11th September, 2008

Filmmaker Lars Johansson talks to the Ecologist about the making of the film 'Poison Fire' and the curse of oil in the Niger Delta. more...
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Carry On Climate Camp

Ian Duff

14th August, 2008

Campaigns officer for WWF UK, Ian Duff, reflects on his participation in this year's Climate Camp and the relevance of civil disobedience in today's climate change campaign more...

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