'unnecessary development'

'unnecessary development'

President of Uganda threatens death to Protesters of Palm Oil land grab

President Museveni of Uganda has joined his support to Bidco and Wilmar. calling for Bullets to be used against those who protest the Palm Oil development on th eislands of Kalangala.

BUILD GARDENS, NOT PRISONS: International Reclaim the Fields Action Camp 2015

International Reclaim the Fields Action Camp 2015

When: Friday 28th August (From 6pm) – Wednesday 2nd September 2015

Where: Dudleston Community Protection Camp, Shropshire (near the Wales/England Border).


Reclaim the Fields International Gathering 2015

RTF Camp 2015 Small

About the camp

Reclaim the Fields (or RTF) UK was born in 2011, as a star in a wider constellation of food and

Armed attack on Ilisu construction workers – Dam construction halted

Following a series of events including dismals, an armed assault, injuries and arson, workers have left the Ilisu Dam and Hydroelectric Power Plant construction site, thus bringing work to a halt. These events show how dangerous, risky and destructive a project we are confronting.

Wrong Decision - Bradley Mine Approved by Inspector

On Wednesday (3/6/15) it was announced that UK Coal's application to mine
520,561 tonnes of coal from a site called Bradley, was approved. The site
is currently agricultural land in Leadgate, Durham, UK. This is a highly
contested site with really strong and well orchestrated opposition from
local people.

Why is this a bad decision?

New EF group in Dorset

To fight against increasing development in Dorset a new Earth First group has been formed. You can contact us at bridportearthfirst@gmail.com

blockade (AKA aloha safety check) against Hawaiian telescope development

April 5th, 2015

A Day After Arrests, Mauna Kea Telescope Protest Grows

A small group of activists started a blockade against construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope atop Mauna Kea ten days ago. Now, its a growing encampment.

RisingUp in Bristol: eviction begins of allotments protest camp

12th March 2015

After more than a month making a stand against Metrobus plans by living in trees above Stapleton Allotments, protesters look set to be evicted this morning.