Category Archives: Camp
Divinenephron has shared some great photographs from this year’s Climate Camp at RBS in Edinburgh. Enjoy!
Early evening on Sunday 12th September a group of autonomous individuals successfully occupied a new site in Happendon Wood, South Lanarkshire! Coal Action Scotland are inviting people to join The Happendon Wood Action Camp (THWAC) to help defend the wood … Continue reading
Please note: This hot/not list is compiled by an arbitrary, self-selected group of random taste-mongers rather than any sort of official camp representative body. As such, it is intended as a light-hearted, subjective interpretation of what the camp was about. No … Continue reading
If you want to get a flavour of the kind of things that go on at Climate Camp, meet some of the people taking part and find out more about the real issues that don;t get reported in the corporate … Continue reading
Nice video round-up of Climate Camp Day 1 courtesy of You and I Films.
As you might have read elsewhere Climate Camp is underway targeting the Royal Bank of Scotland [pdf]. To highlight the global destructiveness of RBS we’re joined by two indigenous representatives from Canada’s First Nations that are representing the North American-based … Continue reading
Coal Action Scotland are expecting a large number of protesters to march this Saturday (21st August) against a bid by Scottish Coal to extract two million tonnes of coal from a 154-hectare open cast mine at Airfield Farm, Midlothian, just … Continue reading
Activists from Climate Camp Cymru invaded Nant Helen open cast coalmine in south Wales earlier today. Despite disproportionate policing at the 2010 camp, groups of activists persisted in their objectives to witness the destructive operations at Nant Helen open cast … Continue reading
Last weekend at a brightly coloured community centre in Cardiff, plans were being formed. Tasty food and excitement over ideas for the summer. Tense atmosphere – can we pull this off? A string of good luck. We need legal observers … Continue reading
In case you’ve not seen it yet, there’s a beautiful, powerful and inspiring newspaper that’s been created by a group of people involved with Climate Camp. It’s been published ahead of this Summer’s action against The Royal Bank of Scotland … Continue reading