Dannenrod. Germany. The tree houses were evicted, the cops needed two months for the eviction but the resistance against the A49 highway is far from over. The protest camp is still there and people continue to resist. What follows are 3 solidarity statements from France.Continue reading Solidarity from Bure, La Zad du Carnet and west of france: Solidarity with Dannenrod Forest Occupation
France. The anti-prison week will take place near Bure, on the grounds of the former Luméville railway station, from 2 to 8 march 2020. The idea is to take the time to meet, between people and groups from different countries, during formal and informal times of discussions, workshops, movie screenings…Continue reading #Bure, #France: Anti-prison week in March
French territory: Callout for a weekend in Nancy with workshops, a ball, and a big demonstration in resistance to the planned nuclear waste dumping site in Bure, 50 km away from Nancy.Continue reading #Bure’s wind: Next stop #Nancy on June 1& 2
France: Pressrelease by a few owls in Bure about todays eviction.
In Bure on the 15 August 2017, around 800 people set off on a demo (numbers like this had never been seen before for a non-declared demo in Bure). The prefecture deliberately chose a strategy of aggression and asphyxiation that led to a number of injured people. The police deployed were twice the number deployed for the demo of the 18 February 2017, 15 riot cop vans and a water cannon were counted.
After 20 years of struggle against the burying of nuclear waste in Bure (France), the determination of activists is still growing. In the year 2016, many strategies (legal actions, sabotage of the construction site, demonstrations…) were used to stop the destruction of the Bois Lejuc forest by ANDRA (national agency for disposal of nuclear waste).