Grace from Housing Rebellion, tells us about the new movement and how it works at the intersection of the climate and environmental and housing crises to bring true justice for people and planet.
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 […]
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 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 […]
The result in parliament last night was a disappointing one, but not altogether unexpected. In the last year, members of the Conservative government and their beneficiaries have been shaken by the strength of our protests, and terrified of the prospect […]
Friends, Rebels, Change-makers, and everyone else who cares about anyone else. Listen up! Ring the alarm. This is not a drill. This is for real. We face a critical point in history.How we seize this moment in space and time […]
Protest is a fundamental democratic right, but today it’s in very real danger. Last year Priti Patel branded Extinction Rebellion activists “criminals”. Her solution to the inconvenience of protest is the sinister Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, being debated […]
The XRL Political Circle and CA working group has created a short inforgraphic to highlight the positives and the negatives (and our fears) of the Lambeth Citizens’ Assembly (LCA) process so far. And a short survey that will determine whether […]
On Tuesday 3 November, Lambeth councillors will decide whether to approve the application by Hondo Enterprises (owner of Brixton Village, Market Row and the former Club 414) to build a 20 storey tower in the heart of Brixton.