All Articles on Extinction Rebellion

"Through daily economic disruption, we hop the government will finally start taking the climate crisis seriously and address our demand for radical action.” (Photo: Karl Mathiesen/Twitter)  Views
If We Don't Act Fast, 'We're F**ked': An Urgent Call to Climate Action From Extinction Rebellion in the UK
Climate Activists send message to UK Prime Minister by blocking access to the street in front of her office
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Using removable paint, activists sprayed anti-fracking slogans on the entrance of the U.K.'s energy department building in London. (Photo: Extinction Rebellion/Twitter) News
'The Political System Is Failing Us': British Energy Dept Blockaded to Protest Climate Inaction and Fracking
"The time to take action against climate injustice is now... If we do not act now, we face extinction. At the very least we will witness the breakdown of society as we know it."
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‘We are prepared to halt lorries entering fracking sites; to stand in the way of bulldozers building roads and block traffic along congested and polluted streets.’ (Photo: Marcin Rogozinski/Alamy) Views
Why I’m Turning From Law-Maker to Law-Breaker to Try to Save the Planet
Direct action and civil disobedience are now needed to force governments to see that our survival as a species is at risk
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Activists gathered under the banner Extinction Rebellion in London on Wednesday to issue their Declaration of Rebellion against the U.K. government's climate inaction. (Photo: Extinction Rebellion) News
'This Is Our Darkest Hour': With Declaration of Rebellion, New Group Vows Mass Civil Disobedience to Save Planet
"We have a right and duty to rebel in the face of this tyranny of idiocy—in the face of this planned collective suicide."
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Members of XR deliver flowers, possibly reminiscent of a funeral bouquet, to Greenpeace staffers. (Photo: Courtesy of Jonny Pickup on Flickr.) Views
Climate Activists Occupy Greenpeace UK Headquarters—Wait, That Can't Be Right
British environmental activist group says Greenpeace is not radical enough to meet the dire climate situation
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