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Barton Moss anti-fracking camp to be evicted on Friday 21st Feb

(just had this)Everyone who is against fracking and can make themselves free is asked to come to Barton Moss this Friday 21st, at 9am or as soon after as you can get there. There is a court hearing about
the eviction notice, come to the camp to show solidarity and hopefully stop some lorries.


If
you can't come on Friday, there is a "gig the rig" event at 1.30pm on
Sunday 23rd, which is the

Green politics and the climate crises, video from the Peoples' Parliament

On the Reproduction of Capitalism, draft of my book review.

'ten measures to improve the country’s flood resilience in future'

Green Party response to floods, cut the carbon and implement the Pitt Review, no more Owen Patterson and no more building on flood plains!



The UK’s response to the flooding crisis must centre
on a long-term strategy to address climate change the Green Party says today, as
it recommends a series of ten measures to improve the country’s flood resilience
in future.

It says sustained

Super-exploitation and the climate crisis in Bangladesh

Meeting hosted by London Socialist Resistance Super-exploitation and the climate crisis in Bangladesh Tuesday 4 March, 7:30pm Community Centre, 62 Marchmont Street, WC1N 1AB Kings Cross and Russell Square tubes Speakers: BADRUL ALAM, President of Bangladesh Krishok Federation, the largest peasant federation in Bangladesh.
ASHOK KUMAR, researcher, socialist, and recently Labor Organizer for

The earth cannot wait peoples parliament debate on 11th February

http://thepeoplesparliament.me.uk/themes/environment/



Environment




The earth cannot wait

Tuesday 11th February, 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Committee Room 9, House of Commons

Tickets available here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-earth-cannot-wait-with-george-monbiot-and-the-greenpeace-arctic-30-tickets-10185092887?ref=estw
With:

George Monbiot (Journalist)



Frank

Natalie Bennett, Green Party leader joins anti-frack protest at Barton Moss

Green Party leader, Natalie Bennett, will today join protestors at
the Barton Moss site in Salford where IGas is carrying out exploratory
drilling for shale gas. She will be accompanied by Nigel Woodcock,
parliamentary candidate for next week's Wythenshawe and Sale East
by-election. Their visit follows the announcement of two new exploratory
drilling sites in the north west by energy