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Hackney Solidarity Rally with the Global Climate strike at Global Climate Strike

September 20, 2019 from 12pm to 1pm
Greta Thunberg and UK Student Climate Network are calling on all responsible adults and workers to show solidarity, stop work and heed the call for a global climate strike. We want to be involved in in Hackney We are supporting this call in Hackney with a Town Hall Rally at 12pm in solidarity on September 20th.Our economic system has created a rapidly unfolding climate crisis. Deadly weather events caused by climate-change are battering humanity and wreaking havoc even before we have reached…See More
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Planning meeting Wed Sept 4th: Hackney Solidarity with Global Climate Strike at Round Chapel, Old School Room

September 4, 2019 from 6pm to 7pm
Extinction Rebellion (XR) the example of Greta Thunberg and the world-wide strikes of school students have inspired millions of people . Now they are calling on all responsible adults and workers to show solidarity, stop work and heed the call for a global climate strike.We can show our solidarity in Hackney and with the global climate strike on September 20thClimate Strike Planning MeetingALL WELCOME Wednesday, September 4th, 6pmRound Chapel, Old School Rooms,Powerscroft Road,London E5 0PUSee More
Aug 29
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Marxism 2019, A festival of socialist ideas at Socialist Conference

July 4, 2019 at 6:30am to July 7, 2019 at 5pm
Marxism 2019A festival of socialist ideas4 - 7 July, LondonCapitalism is in crisis. The gulf between rich and poor is widening and for the majority the system offers little besides financial insecurity, fear of recession, war and climate crisis. Marxism Festival 2019 is a forum for meetings and debate on how we can prevent these gross inequalities, diminishing opportunities and beat back the rise of racism, fascism & the far right. It will address a wide range of topics.The venue for…See More
Jul 3

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About me
I am a lecturer at London Metropolitan University and a member of the university's lecturers' union (UCU) Environment Officer.
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Education, Energy, Green Economy, Pollution, Social Justice

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Ridley Road Market eviction reprieve

Posted on November 4, 2018 at 14:54 0 Comments

There was cause for celebration at the end of October as a coalition of campaigners and protesters successfully beat off eviction notices in Ridley Road Market. This result came after weeks of anxiety for those affected and protests to voice their concerns.  

A delegation of small traders…

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Fracking and climate change. Ramping up the protest

Posted on November 4, 2018 at 11:30 0 Comments

Fracking was headline news this September while at the same time dire warnings were sounded by the IPCC about the risk of runaway climate change. Fracking companies across the country are now poised to step up fracking for shale oil and gas and their flagship Caudrilla is readying itself to drill in earnest at Preston New Road near Blackpool. However, just a few days in and earthquake tremors interrupted their plans bringing them more negative publicity. Our…

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Anti-fracking activists lose their freedom while the government rewards the fossil fuel corporations with more.

Posted on October 3, 2018 at 18:30 0 Comments

At the April screening of the film ‘Powertrip’ on fracking we were pleased to welcome Richard Roberts aka Richard ‘the piano tuner’ as a panellist. Sadly Richard along with two other anti-fracking activists received a much rougher welcome by the HM Prisons Service this month. His crime, for which he received a sixteen month custodial sentence, was attempting to stop a greater environmental one.

The judge handed down the three…

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Anti-fracking: Let Communities decide

Posted on September 26, 2018 at 9:13 0 Comments

Anti-fracking: Let Communities decide

Right now, our government is consulting on outrageous proposals that could allow fracking to go ahead across England without local planning applications. These plans fly in the face of local democracy and threatens to slash community involvement in decision-making.

The consultation ends this October, so it’s…

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