Un voyage A travers l’Europe, le Moyen-Orient et l'Afrique sur le theme du changement climatique

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Lundi 23 août 2010

Climate Action Camp vs Royal Bank of Scotland

Le camp climat anglais a débuté le 19 août et dure jusqu'au 25 août. C'est le grand frère des camps climat car il a été le premier organisé, en 2006 (voir les camps climat en 2010). Cette année nos camarades d'outre-manche ont une banque pour cible, la Royal Bank of Scotland.

RBS est une cible de choix pour les militants de la justice climatique car elle finance l'extraction des énergies fossiles et participe au changement climatique. L'une des solutions à la crise climatique n'est pas de faire de l'éco-blanchiment des entreprises polluantes mais de laisser le pétrole, le charbon et le gaz dans le sol pour développer des alternatives dans les domaines de l'efficacité énergétique et des énergies renouvelables.

Vous pouvez suivre en direct l'action du camp climat à Edinbourg en suivant ce lien (en anglais).

Dimanche 22 août 2010

2010 : Camps Climat / climate camps

Une liste des camps climat et autres évènements lié qui ont lieu ne 2010. Pour 2009, voir la liste ici. A list of climate cmpas and other events which are link with for this summer. For 2009 list, clik here.

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mardi 18 août 2009

Reclaim Power ! Pushing for Climate Justice, a Call to Action

From the 7th to 18th of December 2009, the largest ‘climate summit’ ever to be held will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark. This summit has been billed as our ‘last, best hope’ to do something about climate change. But the UN talks will not solve the climate crisis. We are no closer to reducing greenhouse gas emissions than we were when negotiations began fifteen years ago: emissions continue to rise at ever faster rates, while carbon trading allows climate criminals to pollute and profit. It is time to say enough! No more business as usual, no more false solutions!

Reclaiming power from below

On the 16th of December, at the start of the high-level ‘ministerial’ phase of the two-week summit, we, the movements for global justice, will take over the conference for one day and transform it into a People’s Summit for Climate Justice. Using only the force of our bodies to achieve our goal, our Reclaim Power! march will push into the conference area and enter the building, disrupt the sessions and use the space to talk about our agenda, an agenda from below, an agenda of climate justice, of real solutions against their false ones. Our action is one of civil disobedience: we will overcome any physical barriers that stand in our way – but we will not respond with violence if the police try to escalate the situation.

Change the system, not the climate !

Our goal is not to shut down the entire summit. But this day will be ours, it will be the day we speak for ourselves and set the agenda: climate justice now! We cannot trust the market with our future, nor put our faith in unsafe, unproven and unsustainable technologies. We know that on a finite planet, it is impossible to have infinite growth – ‘green’ or otherwise. Instead of trying to fix a destructive system, we are advancing alternatives that provide real and just solutions to the climate crisis: leaving fossil fuels in the ground; reasserting peoples’ and community control over resources; relocalising food production; reducing overconsumption, particularly in the North; recognising the ecological and climate debt owed to the peoples of the South and making reparations; and respecting indigenous and forest peoples’ rights.

Global movements for climate justice

Ten years ago at the protests against the WTO in Seattle, a global movement emerged to proclaim that another world was possible. Today, this world is not just possible – it is necessary. In Copenhagen, we will come together from many different backgrounds and movements, experiences and struggles. We are indigenous peoples and farmers, workers and environmentalists, feminists and anticapitalists. Now, our diverse struggles for social and ecological justice are finding common ground in the struggle for climate justice, and in our desire to reclaim power over our own future.

Get involved – join our climate justice action !

  • Join the Reclaim Power! action in Copenhagen – and spread the word! We want to generate a sense of excitement, we want our action will resonate around the world, and the way to do that is through countless individuals, groups and movements declaring their intention to take part in our actions.
  • Organise events where you live. Get in touch if you want to invite someone to report on the Reclaim Power! action and the issues at the heart of our protest

Reclaim Power ! Pushing for Climate Justice is organised by Climate Justice Action. For more information, regular updates on our meetings and actions, and for news about the global struggles for climate justice, go to http://www.climate-justice-action.org/

mercredi 29 avril 2009

Climate camps all around the world

camp climat UK

Civil Society’s Climate Forum during COP15, in Copenhaguen, december 2009



  • Indian climate Camp / camp climat indien : "Badlaav 2009 - Be the Change!" contact : Indian Youth Climate Network, Anu Radha Verma, aradhaverma (@) gmail.com


  • Réflexion en cours pour un camp climat dans les Flandres belges : "L’action est envisagée avec les Amis de la Terre et des naturalistes locaux, face à un énorme lotissement en train de se bâtir en polder, dans une commune située à -2,5 m d’altitude (Les Moeres)".



jeudi 26 février 2009

Action during COP15, list of groups and networks involved

Preparation of mass action during COP15 in Copenhague is running. Here is the list of first organisation (apart of autonomous and anarchist groupe unnamed). Read the list below, Look the call out here. Website for coordination is here.

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Lundi 23 février 2009

Invitation to participate in the Next International Coordination meeting for mobilization around the COP 15 December 2009.

We invite all groups, networks and organizations concerned about climate justice and interested in organizing mobilizations around the time of the COP 15 to come to the next international coordination meeting in March 13-15th in Copenhagen.

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mercredi 6 août 2008

German Klima camp 2008, Hamburg

Interview of two activist who prepare the German Climate Action Camp in Hamburg for august 2008.
Video ; Benoit. Realisation : Purvi.