As governments around the world begin putting together relief packages for high carbon industries amounting to tens of billions of pounds. This is the moment to make clear that we are no longer willing to live in a world that prioritises polluters over people #NoGoingBack.
Rebels from across the south west are using their daily exercise during the Covid pandemic to paste CLOSED FOR GOOD signs on the offices and shops belonging to polluting businesses – banks, fast fashion, travel industry and petrol stations. Our message to government is simple: don’t bail out these polluting businesses, we want a bail out for people and planet not a bailout for business as usual.
Photos: Serena Shellenberg, Joao Daniel Pereira, Gareth Morris, Ilya Fisher, Chris Jerrey The theme for the final day of our actions in Cornwall was ‘All hands on deck’ as the G7 proved to be yet another failed opportunity for change. We are clear that all sections of society must work towards creating a better world […]
Photos by: Gareth Morris, Chris Jerrey, Ilya Fisher, Tristian Herbert, Robin Markland, Joao Daniel Periera, Denise Laura Baker The theme for Day Two of the Extinction Rebellion G7 summit actions was ‘Greenwash’. Its purpose: to expose rich countries and their banking systems which talk about ‘green growth’ while continuing to prop up carbon polluting companies […]
Photos by Tristian Herbert, Chris Jerrey, Gareth Morris June 11th, 2021 On the first day of our G7 Cornwall Rebellion, we marched through the centre of St Ives to sound the alarm for climate justice and to highlight the disastrous consequences of the G7’s broken promises for people in the global south already experiencing the […]
‘We’re drowning in promises!’ Extinction Rebellion announces plan of action for Cornwall G7 Summit #DrowninginPromises #G7Rebellion #ExtinctionRebellion Today, Extinction Rebellion revealed their plans for the G7 Summit in Cornwall (11 – 13 June.) The series of protests – to be held across the UK in the run up to, and during the summit – will […]
Left to Right, from top left: Bath, Bournemouth, Dorchester, Topsham, Exeter, Frome, Christchurch, Cheltenham, Weymouth, Sherborne, Exeter, Cleveden. At 11am on Saturday 1st May, two years to the day since the UK Parliament declared an environment and climate emergency, traffic came to a standstill in towns and cities across the West Country as Extinction Rebellion […]
1st-10th September 2020 So many glorious actions happened in London, its hard to know where to start! This video gives a fantastic overview. Here is selection of some of the actions that may or may not have involved rebels from the South West. We couldn’t possibly comment. The London Rebellion kicked off on September 1st […]
1st-5th September 2020 Cardiff will be under water by 2050 if we don’t halt carbon emissions now. Whilst many South West rebels headed to London to target Westminster, some gathered in Cardiff in solidarity with the most vulnerable city in the UK. Four intrepid climbers kicked off the Cardiff Rebellion, when they scaled the Office […]
Monday 31 August The world of dirty finance should be taking a permanent ‘holiday’ from destructive dealings and propping-up polluters. We do not want our money to support ecocide at a time of climate and ecological emergency. Polluting businesses and industries need to be ‘Closed For Good’. Today we will take action against the finance […]