Climate Camp Scotland are an autonomous group organising nationally against fossil fuels and for climate justice in Scotland.
To prevent the expansion of Scotland's oil & gas industry and ultimately shut it down.
To see a just transition for workers in the fossil fuel industry.
To build bridges between workers, front-line communities, and the climate movement.
To normalise mass direct action for climate justice.
Solidarity with workers and communities in Scotland and across the world impacted by fossil fuels and the climate crisis.
Migrant rights, open borders and the payment of climate reparations.
Replacing inequality and corporate greed with common ownership and social justice.
Challenging ableism, racism, patriarchy and transphobia; for the dignity of people of all ages, classes, genders and sexualities.
Breaking down barriers that stop marginalised people from participating, valuing different levels of participation, and looking after people.
Organising to limit and challenge hierarchies of power whilst ensuring accountability.
Promoting peaceful methods for change whilst challenging the police and the criminal justice system.