Updated: Jul 31, 2022
Save St Fitticks Park!
Fight for a community and worker led transition!
12pm, Sunday 31st July
St Nicolas St Aberdeen
Climate Camp Scotland is bringing the fight to end fossil fuels extraction to the heart of the UK oil and gas industry. Next to protesting loud and clear against recent decisions by the UK government to allow the Cambo and Jackdaw oilfields to go ahead, we are making clear how the transition from fossil fuels to renewables should be organised instead.
Hear from local communities and workers and help us push the need for decision making on the transition to be shaped by those whose future will be most directly affected.
On St Nicholas Street, we will hear speeches from:
Fridays for Future
Steve Gray, Aberdeen Trade Union Council
Ian Baird, Friends of St Fittick's Park
Christian Allard, SNP
Maggie Chapman, Greens
More details on Facebook:
And on Monday:
CLIMATE JUSTICE IS MIGRANT JUSTICE
NO TO HOTEL DETENTION
11am, Monday 1st August
Join Climate Camp Scotland and MORE - Migrants Organising for Rights and Empowerment to protest against the inhuman and humiliating treatment of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in the UK.
Bring banners, flags and solidarity!
See Facebook event: