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Did you get compensated from the COP15 mass arrests? Then you can donate it to and/or become a member of a new solidarity fund that seeks to cover expenses attached to future tickets handed out by law enforcers oppressing demonstrations.

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Information om hydrolic fracturing (fracking), skifergas og den fossile energi økonomi generelt. Ressourcesider om fracking fra hele verden og lokale nyheder om de eksisterende og kommende fracking operationer.

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The Climate Collective is a broad network of people and groups working to prevent catastrophic climate change.

Our unified points include a clear anti-capitalist stance in the climate debate, supporting
real solutions to climate change and taking radical action now to confront the underlying causes of climate change.

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Olkiluoto Blockade and Nuclear Camp in Finland!

July 16, 2012 9:52 p.m.

Swedish and Finnish below Olkiluoto Blockade Sat 11 Aug and Nuclear Camp 6-13 Aug, 2012 in Finland! From uranium mining to nuclear waste storage, nuclear power poses a health risk to current and future generations alike. We refuse to be part of this costly and dangerous experiment which mainly serves the interests of big industry. We therefore demand a nuclear power phase-out. On August 11, people are going to block the roads to Olkiluoto nuclear power plant in Eurajoki. Previous ...


Danish National Court rules mass arrest to be illegal!

Jan. 25, 2012 6:31 p.m.

The Danish police broke the law when they detained thousands of climate protesters on December the 12th and four other dates during the COP15 in Copenhagen. The National Court of Denmark confirms the ruling of the City Court of Copenhagen and declares all five mass-arrests during the COP15 illegal . In addition the court ruled that article of the European human rights convention was violated on December the 12th as the police degraded and mistreatted the arestees. Thus compensation of up ...