Three Cellphone antennas destroyed

4 July 2010
Over the past three week three mobile phone antennas have been destroyed by fire in the Nottingham area. In each instance the action was performed with fervour and carried out in anger at the capitalist culture. A culture which seeks to dominate its surroundings in order to increase it's power over it's inhabitants.

Direct action against the High-Speed Railway in the Basque Country

Today, July 1, we have locked ourselves up inside an underground mine with the aim of stopping the construction of the HST and the destruction this is causing/will/would cause, to denounce the social model it represents.

Tesco targeted in Beeston, Nottingham

In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the gates of a construction site of Tesco supermarket in the Beston area of Nottingham were d-locked shut and graffiti was sprayed on the boards surrounding the site saying 'TESCO - FUCK OFF' and 'EVERY LITTLE HURTS - FUCK OFF TESCO'

Just Do It: Get Off Your Arse and Change the World

An affinity group meeting during the 2009 Great Climate Swoop at e.on's Ratcliffe-on-Soar coal fired powerstation: Photo by Rob Logan
Documentary following the fortunes of environmental activists in 2009 launches innovative crowd-funding appeal


Cellphone Antenna Sabotaged with Fire, Bristol


May 21, 2010, approx 2.30am.

Massive “Climate Action Now” Banner unfurled

Climate Action Now Banner: Deployed on SFPR construction site in Delta, BC, Canada

April 25, 2010

Massive “Climate Action Now” Banner unfurled

DELTA, BC, CANADA - and the Council of Canadians (Delta/Richmond chapter) unfurled a massive banner today that reads "CLIMATE ACTION NOW" on land slated for freeway construction.

Climate Action Now!

Climate Action Now banner deployed on South Fraser Perimeter Road construction site in Delta, BC, Canada. from

Huntington Lane Fossil Fools Weekend roundup

As part of Fossil Fools Day West Midlands Climate Action decided to support the Huntington Lane Camp against one of the UKs biggest Fossil Fools; UK Coal, who want to mine 900,000 tonnes of coal at Huntington Lane over a three-year period. The main idea of the Fossil Fools weekend gathering was to get as many people as possible down to the camp over the four days to help with the ongoing construction of the camp. The 230-acre site near the foot of The Wrekin encompasses part of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is also home to the protected scheduled New Works Ancient Monument. The Camp was set up three weeks ago in response to UK Coal felling trees which were part of ancient woodland so they can build a haul road to link the two parts of the site together.

Outdoor Skillshare//18-21 June, Scotland

**Please forward on to your networks, if you would like some posters/flyers to display, please get in touch**

///Outdoor Skillshare/// 18-21 June

An exciting weekend of workshops and skillsharing in rural Scotland.

Come and learn:
climbing and rope access, building tree houses, tunnelling, cooking for the masses, knot-tying, fire-lighting, wild foods and more!