The largest global moment of civil disobedience in the history of the environmental movement begins today in the UK. This is the beginning of a wave of peaceful direct actions across six continents, lasting for 12 days, targeting the world’s most dangerous fossil fuel projects.
Hundreds draw red line to block the UK’s largest open cast coal mine
Tomorrow thousands of people in Batangas, the Philippines will march onto the site of a proposed coal plant and over the next two weeks actions will unfold in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Indonesia, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Africa, Turkey and the United States — a giant wave unlike anything this movement has tried before.
The scale of these actions is important; the world has never faced an injustice as great as climate…
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