Flying for Climate Change – culture jamming action

How anti-aviation activists in Germany faked the government of Hamburg and fooled the media to debunk the city’s myth of sustainability “Flying for Climate Change “ was the motto of the campaign of the fictional Environment and Transportation Office of The City of Hamburg (BUV). A group of young anti-aviation…

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Solidarity with the Stansted 15

  Update: February 2019: No immediate prison services The Stansted 15 are a group of anti-deportation protesters who blocked a UK government deportation flight at Stansted Airport last year to make the links clearer between climate change, colonialism, homophobia and the border regime. In a world of the IPCC's current…

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Global Network of Organizations Recommends Ways to Reverse Aviation Growth, to UNFCCC

A big step in taming climate change is the objective Contact: Mira Kapfinger, coordinator of Stay Grounded Mail: Phone: 0043/6801451307 Photos for free use:   October 23rd, 2018 - Stay Grounded, a new global network of about 80 organisations working to curb the commercial aviation sector's unrestrained expansion,…

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Stay Grounded Intervention at the European Aviation Summit

Protest against Greenwashing of aviation Yesterday, October 3rd, two activists from Stay Grounded intervened in the opening of the European Aviation Summit in Vienna, discrediting the speach by EU Transport commissioner Violeta Bulc about the supposedly green future of aviation. The summit is taking place on the 3rd and 4th…

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Press Release: ‘Bulacan Aerotropolis’ threatens marine ecology, food security – fisherfolk

Contact: Fernando Hicap, PAMALAKAYA National Chairperson – 0921-897-0239   09/30/2018: Bulakan, Bulacan – Calling it as one of the biggest environmental disasters to hit Manila Bay, the activist fisherfolk group Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (PAMALAKAYA-Pilipinas) said the Bulacan Aerotropolis Project will kill both the marine ecosystem and…

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