Just Do It is an exciting new feature documentary film that follows the mischievous and risky world of UK climate activists. Director Emily James filmed around the G20 and Camp for Climate Action protests in 2009. To help fund this film go to http://just-do-it.org.uk http://visionon.tv
Last summer the first Camp for climate action was launched in France. From the 3 to 9 August 2009 in Notre Dame des Landes, up to 2000 people gathered to live, exchange, learn and take action. http://visionon.tv http://coeurvraienresistance.blogspot.com/
Get involved at http://climatecamp.org.uk Mobile phone report by Amelia Gregory http://www.ameliasmagazine.com Distributed by Tubemogul.
BP is about to join the scramble for the tar sands. 'Beyond petroleum' has become 'back to black' as BP's plunge into the most destructive extraction project on Earth makes a mockery of its own PR greenwash. On Fossil Fools day, 2010, London Rising Tide and the London Tar Sands Network decided to help BP with a rebranding strategy to reflect their renewed commitment to environmental devastation and catastrophic climate change. Unfortunately, BP's UK head office didn't appreciate the delivery of the new 'back to black' marketing materials, although they kindly decided not to press charges over the 'criminal damage' caused by the protest. Sadly no-one seems to be pressing charges against the corporations engaged in planetary scale criminal damage in the Canadian tar sands. For more information visit http://www.no-tar-sands-org