Video from three EU election candidates’ press conference at Heathrow Airport in United Kingdom, calling for Heathrow Airport to pause all flights.
On 1 May 2019, the British Labour party moved a non-binding motion in the House of Commons to declare ‘an environment and climate emergency’, which was passed by members of the Parliament across the floor.
“It is our responsibility to act with clear urgency to protect the planet and all its inhabitants. We are rebelling for life, for our future, for the future of all species.”~ Extinction Rebellion “From this moment despair ends and tactics
More than 190 UK institutions and individuals from the arts and culture sectors have pledged to declare a climate emergency and in this way become part of a first wave of climate emergency declarers in the country.
‘Fracking’ is moving in — very possibly to an area near you. People all over the planet are protesting against it. In the UK, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Poland, Romania, Argentina, South Africa, and also increasingly in the United States and
Art and oil. More and more artists are starting to speak up against the fossil fuel industry. While students are putting pressure on their colleges and universities to divest – dis-invest – in fossil fuel projects, others are putting pressure
In this blog-post I explain why — in our efforts to create climate safety — I believe we must focus less on our politicians and more on the public, the popular and the personal. In particular the youth movements and