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International Non-Violent Rebellion Against the World’s Governments for Criminal Inaction on the

ExtinctionRebellion. 87,662 likes. We are in a period of ecological devastation brought about by our own hands.

UK-based group ExtinctionRebellion has called for nonviolent acts of civil disobedience on April 15 in capitals around the world to reverse our “one-way track to extinction.”

The British-based group ExtinctionRebellion has called for nonviolent acts of civil disobedience on April 15 in capitals around the world to reverse our “one-way track to extinction.”

Heading for extinction and what to do about it.

EXTINCTIONREBELLION ACTIVIST 2: We’re very concerned about the state the Earth is in, the

Image caption ExtinctionRebellion protesters are carrying out a global day of action.

Climate change activists ExtinctionRebellion plant trees and hold sit in and party on newly turfed

The ExtinctionRebellion is taking hold in the UK. “The social model of power says that government and institutions

ExtinctionRebellion. Fight for life. We are facing an unprecedented global emergency.

At ExtinctionRebellion’s launch in London’s Parliament Square a ‘Declaration of Rebellion’ was announced and a letter laying out the movement’s demands was later handed to 10 Downing Street...

ExtinctionRebellion (XR) is moving into its next phase and we need your help! We are launching this crowd funder to help with essential costs as we plan and orchestrate the next phase which will...

Climate activists from ExtinctionRebellion met in Manhattan to discuss how they might replicate their success in the

ExtinctionRebellion have organised a nationwide week of action, they are calling for a full-scale Rebellion to demand decisive action from governments on climate change and ecological collapse.

The British-based group ExtinctionRebellion has called for nonviolent acts of civil disobedience on April 15 in capitals around the world to reverse our “one-way track to extinction.”

ExtinctionRebellion is an international movement whose members use methods of non-violent civil disobedience to pressure governments into taking action on climate change and the mass extinction...

ExtinctionRebellion is a call for such action. On 17th November, Rebellion Day will take place in Parliament Square, London.

ExtinctionRebellion first emerged in fall last year, when thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of London. UK "Extinction Rebels" have since occupied bridges over the Thames and...

- ExtinctionRebellion is creating world wide protests for ecological protection. - P2P and Federated software for alternatives to social media are in development or already in use.

No, ExtinctionRebellion events are planned in 27 other countries including Ireland, Australia, Canada, France, Sweden, Germany, Colombia and the United States. But you get arrested for doing stuff like...

ExtinctionRebellion said: "The international rebellion begins and ExtinctionRebellion will be bringing London to a standstill for up to two weeks.

EXTINCTIONRebellion’s co-founder, Roger Hallam, was called in court today as the climate action group geared up for Rebellion Day. Mr Hallam, along with activist David Durant...

ExtinctionRebellion is working to establish campaign groups beyond the UK, with coordinators already working in the US, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium...

Can ExtinctionRebellion Aotearoa/NZ help save the world? Submitted by LAMA on Mar 13 2019

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Can the ExtinctionRebellion stop the destruction of all human life on this planet. How to not just become another wave? Can we relearn to be part of nature?

Support ExtinctionRebellion Campaign on Twibbon - Successive governments have failed to protect life on Earth from the existential risks posed by accelerating climate change and the sixth mass...

To succeed, environmental activists ExtinctionRebellion must urgently change their attitude to the police.

Yet how much is ExtinctionRebellion an environmental movement? Start peeling and it becomes pretty clear that it is a classic ‘watermelon’ organisation – green on the outside but very red inside.