Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Coal Action Scotland Update

Here's a brief update of what's been going on with Coal Action Scotland and what's coming up. There's a week to go before the Autumn Gathering and lots has been happening!

  1. New THWAC! short film
  2. (Finished so Omitted) THWAC Gathering 6th-10th November
  3. Coal Action Scotland October Newsletter
  4. Action Roundup
  5. Recent News

1. New THWAC! short film

A short film about the Happendon Wood Action Camp and fighting Scottish Coal in the Douglas Valley + Publicising Next Weeks Gathering











4. Omitted

3. October Newsletter

Download and distribute the Coal Action Scotland October Newsletter! Find it here:

front three pages: http://coalaction.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/Oct-10-first-three-pages.pdf
back page: http://coalaction.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/Oct-10-back-page.pdf

4. Action Round-up

Borehole Drilling Machine sabotaged in solidarity with The Happendon Wood Action Camp

Action against RPS group Glasgow in Solidarity with communities in Co. Mayo and South Lanarkshire

“Nae Coal at Hunterston”: Action against Ayrshire Power and Peel Holdings

CONsultations by Scottish Coal marked by actions against the mines in Douglas Valley

Beginnings of a new wave of direct action in the Douglas Valley against Scottish Coal

5. Recent News

Deadly Coal Tour Visits THWAC

Scottish Coal given a slap on the wrist for environmental damage in Ayrshire

Victory against Scottish Coal in Midlothian!

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3 Comments:

At 11:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Irish businesses and farmers rally against Climate Change Bill. http://www.insideireland.ie/index.cfm/section/news/ext/climatechange004/category/9

 
At 3:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

Seeing that you’re a green advocate (and blogger) I wanted to reach out and see if you were interested in an article that I recently have written. It's on the Olympics and the steps they're taking to go green and decrease the environmental impact that it has. While sports is something far from the topic of your blog, I think that you will find it interesting and informative, and not overwhelming on the sports content, besides a few facts on the last Olympics, it is primarily about the Olympics going Green.

I'm looking to spread awareness of the fact that even though the Olympic Games are fantastic and unifying, they are it's quite a carbon-rich event and are not that environmentally sound.


Nerissa Barry
nerdbarry@gmail.com

 
At 4:44 PM, Blogger Dani said...

Great video. I appreciate the notion that money is not power, community is. I wish more people shared your view and your action to bring together communities in order to protect themselves against big companies that can potentially damage the environment they live in.

 

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