Last week saw London rebels help reclaim more than 5oo corporate advertising spaces in 15 European cities by subvertising them with designs from amazing artists who responded to a call from the Subvertisers International and Brandalism.
The launch of Lambeth’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening was interrupted by a “die-in” performed by members of Extinction Rebellion Lambeth and other local campaigners.
On Thursday 17 March, climate campaigners Extinction Rebellion Lambeth and other local campaign groups held a rally in Windrush Square to remind the council of their commitment to protect and improve the lives of residents and workers by acting on […]
Our latest newsletter is out and packed with local events and rebellion buzz!
On Monday, Extinction Rebellion Lambeth paid a visit to Lambeth Council on its third anniversary of declaring a Climate Emergency. Members presented staff in the Town Hall with vegan donuts and a copy of Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economics(1). On […]
On Sunday 24th October, we held our first in-person meeting after an 18-month hiatus. Tomorrow we’ll be following it up with an online meeting. Here is to making the most of the virtual and face-to-face meetings. The past 18 months […]
On Tuesday 26th May, South London Stand Up to Racism organised a #taketheknee event to commemorate the aniversary of George Floyd’s murder. Lambeth rebel Nick Anim (@NickGreenergy) spoke of how “I can’t breathe” resonates in the racial and climate justice […]
Harriet, Nancy and Jason took part in XR’s Rebellion of One action on Saturday 1st May. They sat and stopped traffic in Clapham and Brixton. Here are a few pictures and their statements on why they did it.
This week a Lambeth rebel and other South London activists installed a spoof HSBC billboard ad in busy Herne Hill as part of Brandalism’s new campaign. Posters were also installed in bus shelters around Lambeth to raise awareness of HSBC’s […]
This Easter weekend, XR lambeth and XR Grandparents organised a giant egg hunt in Brockwell Park Over 100 large decorated egg shapes were ‘hidden’ around the park. Signs on the main entrances invited visitors to see how many they could […]