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  • Polish polar bears?

    Blogpost by Jess - 5 December, 2008 at 15:10

    Rumour had it that a homeless polar bear had showed up at the conference so I decided to check it out and see what people had to say about it. Check out the video. Read more >

  • Projection in Denmark

    Blogpost by Lisa - 4 December, 2008 at 23:00

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    Our Danish team have just beamed messages onto the coal power plant at Ensteadverket. They have been blocking coal production at Northern Europe’s biggest coal terminal for the last three days and urging the Danish government to “Quit Coal” as an ener... Read more >

  • No he didn't

    Blogpost by Jess - 4 December, 2008 at 19:10

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    Yesterday, we told you about the “Yes you Must” campaign that French activists launched to a encourage President Sarkozy to take leadership on climate action. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like President Sarkozy got the message. Last night, he faile... Read more >

  • Our Danish team and Rainbow Warrior crew are still busy in the thrid day of action. Twenty activists who were blocking the conveyor belts of DONGs coal plant today have just been arrested, but the eight people in the cranes are still there, blocking i... Read more >

  • Arrested

    Blogpost by Lisa - 4 December, 2008 at 13:50 2 comments

    Update from Gavin (the head of our international climate and energy campaign) - who just got off the smokestack and is posting this stuff from his phone!

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    All five of us have been arrested and are now in the back of police vans on way to police station Read more >

  • Sideshow at the UN meetings

    Blogpost by Jess - 4 December, 2008 at 13:20

    We hosted our first side event at the UN meetings yesterday showcasing the Energy [R]evolution. Alex, part of the Energy [R]evolution team, explains how the side events work and how we all try to get delegates in the seats to hear our message.

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  • Bearing witness to the worst fuel in the world

    Blogpost by Lisa - 4 December, 2008 at 13:16
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  • Heading down after over 50 hours on a smokestack

    Blogpost by Lisa - 4 December, 2008 at 11:40

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    Here's the latest from Gavin, on the coal smokestack in Poland.

    After 3 days camped on this smokestack, we are finally heading down. Today is Barburka - a special day in Poland in honour of Polish miners and the esteem in which they are held in Polis... Read more >

  • Quit Coal Tour arrives in Denmark with action

    Blogpost by Lisa - 3 December, 2008 at 21:49

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    Our Quit Coal tour led by the Rainbow Warrior reached Denmark this morning, as activists in inflatable boats moved into the coal terminal of the Enstedværket power plant in Aabenraa. A team of ten is occupying a crane used for unloading coal, and have... Read more >

  • Fossil of the Day

    Blogpost by Jess - 3 December, 2008 at 19:50

    Every night at 6 pm the atmosphere at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change changes a bit. The corridor outside of hall seven fills with spectators and the Fossil of the Day ceremony takes place. The Climate Action Network - a ne... Read more >

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