Campaigns, Events & Actions

UK TAR SANDS NETWORK

Fighting against "the world's most destructive industry"The UK Tar Sands Network plans to launch a new campaign exposing the UK government’s support for the export of Tar Sands oil to Europe for the first...

CLIMATE 9 DEFENCE COMMITTEE

Collectively supporting anti-aviation expansionThe Climate 9 Defence Committee are a wide group of organisations and individuals who support the actions of anti-aviation campaigners associated with the Plane Stupid Network who take direct action against...

LOW CARBON COMMUNITY AMBASSADORS

Empowering low carbon energy solutionsAPE UK supported FoE Scotland’s Low Carbon Power Community Ambassadors project which has been active since January 2011 and we are having huge successes in engaging with communities threatened by...

COAL ACTION SCOTLAND

Coal Action Scotland’s Working with Communities to Fight Climate ChangeCoal Action Scotland (CAS) completed both of our projects funded by APE – the Outdoor Skill-Share and the occupation of the Black Wood Solidarity Camp...

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PHOTO PROJECT

Through photography, EJPP will attempt to help build a picture of what environmental injustice looks like in the UKThe Environmental Justice Photo Project (EJPP) UK is a project of ‘So We Stand’, an emerging...

AVIATION ENVIRONMENTAL FEDERATION

Helping to reduce and control the impacts of civil aviationAviation is one of the fastest growing sources of greenhouse gas emissions, and its emissions in 2050 could be 2 to 3 times higher than...

UK TAR SANDS NETWORK

The UK Tar Sands Network aims to stop the world’s most destructive fossil fuel projectA year ago almost no-one in the UK had heard of Canada’s tar sands. The UK Tar Sands Network has...

PLANE STUPID

Rolling out the skills and tactics necessary to deal with increased aviation impactsPlane Stupid is a nonviolent direct action group opposing aviation expansion. Aviation is the UK's fastest growing source of greenhouse gasses, yet...

PEOPLE & PLANET

Youth Say 'No!' to CoalThe aim of Youth Say No to Coal was to mobilise 1,500 – 2,000 people to take part in a mass action symbolically encircling Kingsnorth coal fired power station in...

RISING TIDE AUSTRALIA

Australians unite to confront and change the “business as usual” government agendaDuring the course of 2009, leading up to the UN climate talks in Copenhagen in December, Rising Tide Australia coordinated public mobilisation campaigns...

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