Action: Days of action
The last chance to get on the land before fences are up and footpaths closed.
Taking place WORLDWIDE on Tuesday 22nd May 2012
#OccupyOil the Sequel: The road to SHELL is paved with bad intentions...
BLOODY MONEY: Tar Sands, Rossport, Niger Delta
On the 8th of Feb this year Occupy Oil held it first day of mass action.
Shell Stations across the UK and indeed further afield were blockaded or picketed. We are back and on the 22nd of May 2012 we are holding Occupy Oil the Sequel, Royal Dutch Shell will be holding their AGM in The Hague with an audio-visual link to a satellite meeting place in London.
Building on the thousand strong success of the Hinkley Point
demo/blockade last month, the biggest anti-nuclear UK event since 1979 !...
Saturday 21st April - Coach from London TO NUCLEAR POWER DEMO AT
Register for London based action on the 8th of feb 2012 by texting OccupyOil to 07752969589.
We believe that the war for resources that has plagued us for many years, is forcing us to the point of near destruction. The pursuit of oil and minerals in Africa by the 1% has resulted in millions being murdered, raped or displaced.
News from our friends at Stop New Nuclear (for more info check out http://stopnewnuclear.org.uk/).
FUKUSHIMA: The biggest industrial disaster in history. Japan, has been brought to its knees by the ongoing events at Fukushima.
Anti-nuclear protesters declared the mass blockade at Hinkley Point on 3rd October as a victory over EDF Energy. The nine-hour blockade in Somerset attracted supporters from all over the UK including Rising Tiders from London, Bristol & Plymouth. Several people came from as far afield as France, Ireland, Germany and Belgium as numbers topped 250.
Once a year, the board of directors of the world’s largest mining company meet in London.
Be there to... *CONFRONT BHP BILLITON*
*WHAT: *The Annual General Meeting of BHP Billiton
*WHERE: *Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster
*WHEN: *Thursday Oct. 20, 10am
*Plus, on Wednesday Oct. 19, there will be a public event with special guests to talk about BHPB’s operations around the world.*
Stop the next generation of nuclear power stations with a blockade at Hinkley Point - 3 October 2011
Hinkley Point is the first of eight proposed sites for nuclear new build to go ahead. We stopped them here before, and we can do it again. If they fail at Hinkley, it is unlikely the “nuclear renaissance” will have the momentum to continue.
Saturday 18 June 12 noon outside the Canadian High Commission, Grosvenor Square, London On 18 June the biggest ever international demonstration against the Tar Sands will take place, with people holding events outside Canadian Embassies around the world. Join us in London and help: - Raise awareness of the world's most destructive project - Let Canada know that the whole world considers tar sands a step too far in dirty development - Demand a moratorium on further exploitation of tar sands