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July 13th 2007, Heiligendamm

- Collective Radar G8 2007: Help Build the Action Map!

- Camp for Climate Action, 14-21 August 2007

Collective Radar G8 2007: Help Build the Action Map!

Resistance to the G8 in and around Heiligendamm was as massive as it was multiple and diverse.

To show this, the facilities to build a collective action map depicting all of the actions that happened, are being put together. The map will have icons that indicate where what kind of action took place. The individual icons will be linked to texts, films or pictures about the actions. You will also be able to view a brief summary while scrolling with your mouse.
To view the existing map:
The map needs your input! Whether you know about a spontaneous demo that happened, a blockade of any kind, a visit to the fence, a swim in the sea or an outing to the forest, help complete the map by adding your stories (where, when, what).

The map will be in English only. So please help find comments on the event in English or translate existing texts.

To add information about actions, email or use the Web-Interface:

Please note:
All information published on criminalized actions might potentially incriminate individuals. So please be careful with your comments.

July 2007

[International Press Group MediaG8way | Gipfelsoli Infogruppe | Dissent Netherlands | six hills berlin]

Camp for Climate Action, 14-21 August 2007
Near Heathrow Airport

Join together with thousands of people from across the country and take part in low-impact living, debates, practical workshops and mass direct action to tackle the root causes of climate change.
This year, the Camp for Climate Action will pitch its tents outside Heathrow, to highlight the lunacy of the government's airport expansion plans, confront aviation companies profiteering from the climate crisis, and raise awareness of the need to fly less. The camp will also support local residents in their long-term struggle against the building of a third runway and the destruction of their communities.
What's on?
LEARNING: Find out everything you ever wanted to know about climate science, politics, symptoms and solutions, along with campaign updates and practical skills to start taking action. There will be dozens of workshops covering all kinds of topics, and loads of fun activities for kids.
DIRECT ACTION: The camp will be a base for direct action against the aviation industry and other corporate carbon emitters, culminating in a 24 hour mass action from 19 - 20 August.
SUSTAINABLE LIVING: The camp will be a demonstration of practical alternatives in action - it will run on renewable energy, food will be locally sourced, and waste will be minimized, recycled and composted. And since the camp is built on the principle of Do-It- Yourself, everyone is invited to get involved in decision-making, and get stuck in to the practicalities of running a working eco-village. Cooking, camping and decision making will happen in regional neighbourhoods, small communities of about 200 people within the wider camp.
The time to act is now.
We are probably the last generation that can do anything about limiting climate change. If we wait for governments and corporations to act and watch them fail, it means vast inequalities between rich and poor, millions of deaths, and desperate shortages of the essentials of life for billions. Those before us didn't know the problem, those who come after us won't be able to do anything about it.
We still have time, but not for long. Join us this summer, and be part of a defining moment in the fight against climate change.
See you there!
PS. Want to get involved and help out now? See to find out more about the camp, and for details of how to get in touch with your nearest local group to meet up with people in your area who will be going to the camp. Come to the next national organising meeting, July 28-29 in London (details on the website). Promote the camp in your local area, invite someone from the camp to come and talk to your group, or do some direct action training. Email for more info and for posters and flyers.