Nine protesters who shut down Aberdeen airport in March last year have been found guilty of breach of the peace. The charges were significantly reduced over the course of the two week trial, with all vandalism charges being dropped.
The jury in Aberdeen – the oil capital of Europe, were the first to hear evidence from […]
The Climate9 defence committee are incorporate a wide group of organisations and individuals who support the actions of anti-aviation campaigners who took direct action against airport expansion in Aberdeen in March 2009. These 9 activists now face a court case which could get them years in prison.
This morning, they have become defendants in the most […]
From Australia’s Construction Forestry Mining Energy Union
Same old bosses, always whinging.Read more →
by Colombia Solidarity Campaign
EMERGENCY PICKET OF BP HQ IN LONDON
VICTORY TO COLOMBIAN OILWORKERS!Read more →
A couple of years (or even a year) ago, I would never have dreamed that I would have taken over the forecourt of a petrol station, dancing to samba as the police looked on. To year-ago me, it would have seemed a bit: mad, hippy, reckless, stupid, pointless, illegal (delete as appropriate).
What made me change […]
On Monday 26th April, people involved in the Rising Tide Network have literally puts their necks on the line by chaining themselves to the rails in order to block the rail link to the Ffoss y Fran Open Cast Coal mine near Merthyr Tydfil. They are currently blocking the movement of coal trains from the […]Read more →
On Wednesday 21st April at the Guardian Climate Minister Debate in London, the room was crammed with the luminaries of the climate world. 10:10, Oxfam, WWF, Greenpeace, Climate Rush, Green Alliance and the UK Youth Climate Coalition were there, as well as environmental journalist George Monbiot waiting like an attack dog in […]Read more →
From the Otesha Blog, we are publishing this as part of Fossil Fools Day 2010
Did you know Canada supplies more oil to the U.S than the Middle East? I didnâ€™t before the other night, when I went to the premiere screening of new film Dirty Oil. As well as thoroughly enjoying myself celeb-spotting (Neve Campbell! […]Read more →
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