Where open pit mines are causing beautiful lakes to disappear, the Noteć river to dry up on a stretch of over 30 kilometres, and where farmers are forced to accept annual decline in crop yields, we will meet to join local communities in the fight against social injustice and the destruction of nature.
Radical Queer Resistance returns on September 8th 2018 for a one day conference in Amsterdam.
From the 5th to the 9th of July 2018, the first skillsharing will take place at the Trebur Occupation! The Trebur Forest has been occupied since the 6th of January in order to stop its destruction through the airport expansion and as direct action against Fraport’s unsustainable growth.
‘If it is wrong to wreck the climate, then is wrong to accept money from those who wreck the climate’. This is the message behind the biggest and boldest performance to date, of the artist collective Fossil Free Culture NL in the Van Gogh Museum.
So-called Germany: Despite rising popular demands towards an end to coal mining backed by a strong climate action movement and gradually declining climate-damaging emissions within the energy industry, traffic remains a serious climate killer. The reasons therefor are that traffic related emissions have not been reduced for the last 40 years and instead of containing motorised private transport, politics still support the highly profitable sales of extremely climate-damaging SUVs.
The Food Autonomy Festival (FAF) in Amsterdam is about presenting and celebrating alternatives and resistance to the state and corporate-controlled industrial food system.
We are happy to announce the theme of this second edition: “Grassroots alternatives for a fossil free food system”.
A letter to the neighbours of the new Violettenstraat 12-12 squat in Amsterdam’s Jordaan district.