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General Electric for the field is generated from panels Camps solar organized through last year with a series of monthly meetings, previously held in Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, Leeds, Bristol, London and Talamnh (near Glasgow). Anyone is welcome to attend a planning meeting and to join one of the working groups. There were no "leaders" and meetings held, decisions by consensus. Camps are run entirely by volunteers and funded by private donations. Much of the materials used in structures field is created for the recycled waste of works that otherwise would have been sent to a landfill. The compost toilet, recycling greywater integrated laundry systems and pedals. The camp site is divided into loosely defined "neighborhoods" or "neighborhoods" most appropriate to the geographical region (an exception is the rare area of the field, 2006). Daily meetings based on consensus are held in each district, and delegates to a central meeting. It is considered that in nature the field that the organization structures are loose and reflective, to be open to change if they are not to be effective or efficient. During the camp of a large number workshops are usually held on the issue of sustainability and climate issues. Energy for lighting, radios, mobile phones, computers Sound and laptops were supplied by solar panels and a wind turbine. Biodiesel from recycled cooking oil was available for vehicles. Used cooking conventional propane gas cylinders. In 2007 a satellite uplink was installed, along with a tent media with laptops ten, this was also used to send media to the press and Indymedia UK. In 2008, a new sound system made its first appearance Climate Camp. The whole system was made with recycled materials, with the exception of the battery. During the stop searches of the battery is dropped and damaged however, the sound system was still working at the camp. This sound system played mainly reggae / lovers rock and dubstep in the door 5 during the night during the raids. The sound system was powered by a battery of 12 volt leisure, accused of using solar energy. A car amplifier was used to feed system was mono speaker and amplifier in bridge was. The sound system was built by Onedread and "Son of pedals' sound system in December was another sound system Climate Camp video. There is a strong emphasis on cycling and public transport, including a tour Bicycology from London through Lancaster. As the United Nations has reported that "farming is a major threat to the environment" all food is vegan, mostly organic local source to minimize food miles, provided and communal kitchen area, many associated with the Network of Centres. List of fields of Climate Camps launched in the UK, but now have taken place in a number of countries in Action Date Place Drax Power Station North Yorkshire, England in August 2006 Airport Heathrow in London, England August 2007 Kooragang Island in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia July 2008 Kingsnorth power station near London, England August 2008 Climate Camp in London, England April 2009 Coal northern England Caravan May 2009 August 2009 Scotland Mainshill wood Ffos-y-fran mine massive Wales August 2009 Antwerp Terminal (ABT) terminal carbon in Antwerp, Belgium August 2009 Nantes Airport Nantes, France August 2009 West Offaly Power Station Shannonbridge, Ireland August 2009 Blackheath Blackheath London 2009, London, England in August 2009 One of the six "fields of climate action 'across Canada in Edmonton, Canada in August 2009 A camp is scheduled for October 2009 in Helensburgh, near Sydney, which is the site of Australia's oldest mining coal. 2006 Drax Drax Climate Camp in the camp fund squatting site, located near several large power stations, including Drax, a coal-fired power plant is the largest emitter of carbon dioxide alone in the UK. Over one hundred and sixty workshops ran across the field, exchange of expertise on sustainable living, in areas such as science climate change, environmental justice and climate change impacts on people in the global South, companies "climate criminals" direct action children's workshops, and many more. The music was turned off after 11pm to allow activists to sleep. But on the last Monday of music camp allowed much later. Day of Action on August 31, 2006, 600 people attended a protest called Reclaim Power converge at Drax and extinguish. It was not a "march of the children of Drax Power Station, with a giant ostrich puppet made by the Creators of mischief. Two protesters climbed a tower lighting on the edge of the Drax site and four others broke through the fence. At least 3,000 police officers from 12 forces as far away as New Hampshire and London was reported to have been drafted in the duration of the protest. Thirty-eight demonstrators were arrested. The police reported that work on the power plant is not interrupted, although eyewitnesses reported that they had blocked various devices within the plant, therefore stop working. Drax coal not entered that day, with the railway line being blocked. Other protests arising from the field included a protest against a nuclear power station in Hartlepool, Teesside. Media The response of the Guardian media reported that the camp of a turning point in the popular campaign against the causes of climate change. The network forged at Camp continues to work on campaigns to highlight and address the causes of climate change, participating in actions to call attention to road construction (For example) and the climatic effects of low cost. Climate Action Day on various topics have been called by the Network for Climate Action. "Memorial" Heathrow 2007 A to the village of Sipson, which would be completely destroyed to make way for a new runway for Heathrow airport The 2007 camp (512.920 02.643 / 51.48889N 0.44528W / 51.48889, -0.44528) was held from August 14 to 21, 2007, near London Heathrow Sipson village next to a disused sports ground owned by Imperial College London. Sipson off the map, if the third runway at Heathrow was built. It was preceded by "Our Place" weekend of art, a community art project activists led by local residents on 11 and 12 August at St Mary's Church Hall in Harmondsworth, another people severely affected by the construction of a third track. During the camp were also protests from Plane Stupid, which injuncted to protest at Heathrow. On August 13 Plane Stupid activists aboard a boat transporting a wing of the Airbus A380 and 16 August in London Biggin Hill Airport. 15 protesters chained themselves to the front doors and made a "long line of luxury cars waiting entering the airport building. "climate activists blocking the British Airports Authority headquarters for the day of action. On August 19, the last day the camp of some 1.000 to 1.400 people participated in a "Day of Action 'and 200 people blocked British Airports Authority Headquarters. As the protesters left at the August 20 protests took place against two carbon offset companies, Climate Care and Carbon Neutral Company on August 20, when activists dressed of "red herrings" protested at the offices of London, Oxford, five people blocked the main gate at Sizewell B nuclear plant in Suffolk, and a group invaded London offices of Bridgepoint Capital, a private equity firm behind the expansion of Leeds-Bradford Airport, and a dozen protesters superglue their hands to entrance doors at BP's headquarters in central London. A total of 58 people were arrested. Injunction was a relaxed atmosphere between police and protesters during field part of BAA's proposed injunction have restricted the movement of 5 million people from 15 different organizations, including the RSPB, Greenpeace, the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England, the Woodland Trust, Friends of the Earth, and the National Trust, among others. As such, the technical nature which have included the Queen, patron the RSPB and CPRE, Prince Charles, in his capacity as President of the National Trust, and some of BAA's own staff. The ruling was requested under the protection Harassment Act 1997, originally intended to help victims of harassment, but now frequently used against the demonstrators. At the end of BAA won a mandate more limited and the country went ahead amid considerable publicity internationally. Later, Duncan Bonfield, director of corporate affairs at BAA, and Mark Mann, BAA Head of media relations, resigned without stating its reasons. Police surveillance for the camp is estimated that the cost of 7 million Scotland Yard, although this includes 4.3 million for expenses such as salaries that have been spent anyway. The Evening Standard put the cost at 70 million without explaining how it arrived at that figure. Inside the media tent communication and climate Heathow camp. 10 workstations, with live satellite rise and renewable power in 2007 the police conducted a preventive search under Article 60 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994. The camp was attended largely by a force of 1,800 policemen, who conducted searches, including some vehicles, under Article 44 of the Terrorism Act 2006, and took pictures of demonstrators to enter and leave the field. On Sunday 19 August there were clashes between protesters and police outside the offices of BAA at Heathrow, which were being targeted by a direct action day part of some of the demonstrators. journalistic access in relation to 2007, the National Union of Journalists issued a public statement expressing his "deep concern "over a draft policy to the proposed 2007 media access during the event. The field team of the media responded to criticism NUJ said: "The policy is a commitment that seeks to provide reasonable access, while the media respect the right of participants to privacy ". The August 9, 2007, the proposed policy was amended to eliminate any possibility of blacklisting some journalists and improve access to sympathetic journalists. 2008 Kingsnorth Kingsnorth plant, seen from the other side of the estuary of the River Medway, Medway, Kent Camp 2008 (512 623 -03 254 / 0.54833E 51.43972N / 51.43972, 0.54833) was held in Kent, near E. Central ON UK Kingsnorth, and runs from 4 until 11 August to highlight E. ON 's plans to build another coal-fired power plant, which would be the first to be built in thirty years in the United Kingdom. The action was also to highlight what seen as an expansion of the economy of fossil fuels, by corporations and government, and what activists say is a requirement otherwise through scientific consensus. Furthermore the attempt to challenge the companies that benefit from the biofuels industry, what they see as false solutions to problems climate change. The climate camp, looking at the power station Kingsnorth camp began with a one-day event at Heathrow, the camp site the previous year, followed by a march across London to Kingsnorth power station, together with seven other areas worldwide that have guided the coal. More than 200 workshops and debates were held during the camp, including some with George Monbiot, Caroline Lucas, Arthur Scargill and John McDonnell MP. Arthur Scargill, former Secretary General of the National Union of Mineworkers and Dave Douglas, attended the camp to represent many in the mining community who disagreed with the protesters 'Anti-coal position they saw as a continuation of the state assault against them stemming back to the British miners strike (19,841,985). He addressed the campers highlighting the oppressive conditions faced by miners around the world presented their arguments primarily against nuclear energy. They also expressed solidarity with the camp against police repression and called for a class perspective. On Saturday August 9th to the protesters tried to close the plant. The day was organized to highlight the impact on climate change campaigners march to Kingsnorth Power Station. The scenes of violence developed between police and demonstrators with many demonstrators did not put in danger of being beaten and thrown to the ground by police with batons. The field of planned facilities that many of the people involved, such as showers, cheap food, Internet access, entertainment and medical services. Complaints have been made about excessive surveillance of events being officially investigated. 1,500 police officers participated in an estimated cost of 5.9 million, more than 100 arrests and more than 2000 items "potentially harmful" were confiscated at the time when ministers claimed that 70 policemen were injured in the course of their duties. However, data obtained under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 in March 2009 showed that there were no injuries sustained by police in clashes with protesters and retracted the statement Vernon Coaker, Minister Ministry of Interior stating that "there were no reported injuries suffered as a direct result of contact with the demonstrators." It was also revealed later that among the items seized were balloons, crayons, and a clown suit, bike helmets, plastic buckets, books, life jackets, inflatable boats, paddles and foot pumps. At the time local MP Bob Marshall-Andrews, said some police were "provocative and heavy-handed" and Caroline Lucas, MEP condemned police tactics, including riot police, pepper spray and leave the routine and the pursuit of all who enter and leave the camp. In March 2009, the Commission Independent Police Complaints Commission said there was significant public concern about the policing of the area to be addressed. These include topics on misconduct, but also in regard to operational tactics included claims that officers used loud music at night to stop protesters trying to sleep. Before the camp began police had found weapons hidden in nearby woods, including knives, a replica Star Released and a great chain and padlock. Assistant Police Chief Gary Beautridge said that although he believed that most of the Climate Camp protesters to be peaceful, he was concerned that some were "more sinister intentions." The protesters said the finding had nothing to do with the field and police agree that there was no firm evidence that links the camp. In June 2009, The Guardian published video evidence of the allegations of brutality by police officers in the camp against two women. They were of the campaign, Fitwatch, struggling against the use of forward intelligence teams. He saw several players who have not epaulets visible and when asked officials to disclose their identities were arrested. Climate camp in the town of Campo, 2009 in the City from 2009 to April 1 16:00 protesters boiler riot police See also: 2009 G-20 summit in London The camp protests in the city (513 055 00 457 / 51.5152N 0.0825W / 51.5152, -0.0825) was place on April 1, 2009 was one of a series of protests associated with G20 Summit in London. The aim was to draw attention to carbon trading, arguing that far from being a way to reduce emissions of climate changing gases in the atmosphere which is used as an excuse to continue doing just that. The camp was held outside the European Climate Exchange in Bishopsgate, and was different from that of the G-20 protest thaw that took place outside the Bank of England. Before the current camp a group of participants had played a game called "capture the flag" in the area on March 27, which was used by protesters to become familiar with the locale. Camp Climate organizers agreed to meet with the police and exchange contact details shortly before the protest. The meeting was organized by the Liberal Democrat MP David Howarth, who was to mediate the meeting would take place in the House of Commons. Scotland Yard confirmed that the meeting would take place with Bob Broadhurst (Commander police) and Ian Thomas (Chief Superintendent). The camp, which was designed to last 24 hours, began at 12:30 pm, when a field was established in a section between Threadneedle Street and Bishopsgate London Wall, with tents and flags of nature through reading map "do rescues. There were sound systems with solar energy, musicians and a food stand and some people over 1,000 relaxed. The atmosphere was relaxed yet at about 17:00 when police with helmets, shields and batons began to surround areas of the field with Article 14 of the Public Order Act 1986. At about 19:00, the police stopped allow people to enter or leave the protest. Advanced Police protesters put their hands in the air and passively resisted by singing "This is not a riot" which is a tactic that emerged in the course of a series of meetings for Climate Action Camp. There were clashes with police in which several demonstrators were beaten and kicked by police and a police woman needed medical attention. In the line of people bring in music and food preparation until Police began allowing people to leave at 11:30 pm and cleared the area past the protesters at about 2am. Jean Lambert, Green Party MEP for London wrote an open letter to the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police after the event requesting an explanation of police tactics. Blackheath 2009 Banner on the fence temporary camp around camp in Blackheath (512 817 0014 / 0.00389E 51.47139N / 51.47139, 0.00389) was created on August 26 at Blackheath Common, which was the site of one thousand three hundred eighty-one Peasants and was due to run until 2 September. Organizers kept the location secret police camp until the first day of camp. Around 1000 people came on the first day with the police of adopting a low profile "community policing" approach and the use of Twitter for the first time to communicate with the protesters and senior officials held five meetings with the protesters to prepare for the event. 3000 people expected to attend the camp. About 200 workshops were scheduled over five days in a wide range of social change issues of environment and climate: Activist Photography alternatives to money: TimeBanks local currencies and not art oil: using creativity to withstand the oil industry sponsorship of arts and Butterfly Bee-making with a sense of citizen journalism carbon trading, Heathrow and Kingsnorth: a critical introduction to know how to: stop, search and seizure resistance of indigenous peoples of our training high carbon legal observer What students can do the United Nations Climate Change 2009 in Copenhagen, Women and the miners strike a series of protests in various parts of London took place during the camp. The local shops and bars reported good business and the presence Police will keep a low profile and unobtrusive. The Telegraph described it as "far cheaper and chic-est in the summer festival calendar." Climate Camp Television provided an overview of the field and the associated actions. Ratcliffe-on-Soar 2009 Between 17 and 18 October 2009, protesters from the Camp for Climate Action Climate Rush and Plane Stupid, he participated in "The Great Raid Climate 'in Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station. Police arrested 10 people before the protest began on suspicion of conspiracy to cause criminal damage. About 1,000 people took part, and during the first day, groups of up to several hundred people broke down security fences at various points around the plant. Fifty-six people were arrested during the protest and there were a series of injuries, including a police officer who was transferred by air to hospital but later discharged. After the event, Julian Baggini, writing in The Times, criticized the protest, arguing that climate change is not a justifiable reason for civil disobedience. In response activists said the urgency of responding to potential extreme weather events, effectively justifying properly. See also direct action on the environment of the Earth UK First! 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