Extinction Rebellion

On April 19, Alice Wicks locked on to a half-ton barrel, blocking all coal trains heading to the Port of Brisbane for 5 hours.

“I took this action because I have exhausted all other avenues for demanding action on the climate crisis. The permafrost has melted 70 years ahead of scientist's predictions. We need to act now”, Wicks said on July 26.

Extinction Rebellion activists disrupted numerous intersections in Brisbane’s CBD on July 11.

Hundreds of Stop Adani activists rallied in Sydney and Brisbane on July 5.

Local community garden organiser and waste educator Amy Warne explains why she is part of Extinction Rebellion.

The day after the May 18 federal election, as people were reeling from the unexpected result and taking time to regroup, the initiators of Extinction Rebellion WA hosted a picnic at the Hilton Harvest Community Gardens near Fremantle. One hundred and fifty people attended and, while there was some licking of post-election wounds, what dominated was a sense of hope and determination.

Rachel Evans and Jonathan Lockhart spoke to Extinction Rebellion Sydney spokesperson Caz Chattin to find out more about this growing international movement.

Socialist Alliance supports the student-led climate movement and Extinction Rebellion and all those who want to work together to boost the numbers for the next global strike called for September, writes Jacob Andrewartha.

Green Left Weekly sponsored a public forum on May 28 on the future of the campaign for climate action following the win by the Coalition government in the May 18 federal election.

Marie Flood, from Stop Coal Seam Gas (CSG) Sydney and the Knitting Nannas, denounced the "big push" by the Murdoch press and the fossil fuel lobby for a rapid increase in coal mining and CSG production after the election. 

Every Sunday from 12 noon at Replants.com at 96 Wray Ave Walyalup (Fremantle).

Please bring $ donation for tea/coffee, and stay for soup, music and good times!

$5/$10 donation for the later social session, proceeds help to support the venue costs.

Join us for our one-day Community Civil Disobedience training session designed to clarify what Civil Disobedience and NonViolent Direct Action are, why we do it and how to make it work.

IS THIS SESSION FOR YOU? If you have been to a local XR talk "Heading for Extinction and What to do About it" or have watched a talk like Extinction Rebellion Oxford Talk and are ready to get involved in mass civil disruption then this session is definitely for you!

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