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Climate Camp Scotland: Big Meeting on 26 Jan

Three people sitting on tripods above a crowd holding a pink banner saying "IT'S OIL OVER"

In 2020 we’re going to run a climate camp to fight for justice and shut down the Scottish fossil fuel industry.

On Sunday 26th Jan we'll decide where to start.

How about INEOS, owned by the UK’s richest man Jim Ratcliffe, and planning to build a new oil refinery to keep Scotland addicted to petrol?

ExxonMobil and Shell are polluting the skies of Fife at their Mossmoran plant, making millions from single-use plastics.

Developer Peel Ports want to build a new fossil gas power station fuelled by fracked gas in Ayrshire.

And in Aberdeen big oil companies like BP stand in the way of a just transition and green jobs by promoting a new carbon colonialism.

On Sunday 26th Climate Camp Scotland will meet to decide which of these is our 2020 target - and we want your ideas and your voice.

Climate Camp Scotland decision day! Sunday January 26th, 1 - 5.30pm Renfield St Stephens Centre 260 Bath Street, G2 4JP Glasgow

The venue has step-free access.

All are welcome and you don't need to register to come. We will be collecting donations to cover the venue hire which will be about £4 per person. We'd also love people to bring contributions for shared vegan snacks and cake if you are able - if you can please label any gluten content.

If you can't attend in person there will be an opportunity to contribute remotely.

More details about this and the agenda and structure of the day will be added to this page shortly.

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