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350.org is coordinating a blockade of the Newcastle port.

From May 4 to 16 a global wave of mass community direct action will target the world's most dangerous fossil fuel projects with a clear message: keep them in the ground and speed up the transition to 100% renewable energy.

350.org is coordinating a blockade of Newcastle Port on May 7 and 8. It says: “We have never had a better chance in history to break free from fossil fuels and build a just transition to clean and renewable energy.
From May 4 to 16 a global wave of mass community direct action will target the world's most dangerous fossil fuel projects with a clear message: keep them in the ground and speed up the transition to 100% renewable energy.

350.org is coordinating a blockade of Newcastle Port on May 7 and 8. It says: “We have never had a better chance in history to break free from fossil fuels and build a just transition to clean and renewable energy.
From May 4 to 16 a global wave of mass community direct action will target the world's most dangerous fossil fuel projects with a clear message: keep them in the ground and speed up the transition to 100% renewable energy.

350.org is coordinating a blockade of Newcastle Port on May 7 and 8. It says: “We have never had a better chance in history to break free from fossil fuels and build a just transition to clean and renewable energy.
“Fighting climate change requires the courage to confront polluters where they think they are most powerful. For years, communities on the front lines have led that struggle and this May we can join them.

“The world is becoming dangerously hotter by the day. Through peaceful direct action across the globe we can demonstrate to those in power that people everywhere are prepared to resist the fossil fuel industry's plans to wreck the planet.”

Click here to join the Newcastle blockade.

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