XR Dacorum

Extinction Rebellion

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THE HOTTEST YEAR ON RECORD

So we’ve just done another banner drop. We have nearly 400 members but we are in practice (action) a very small, closely connected group. We’d love more of you to join us in what is likely to supersede 2023 as

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End of year update

As 2024 approaches we remain a small core of active members within a large supportive group. Some of the core are involved with JSO too. Some are protesting regularly with Defend Our Juries. Some of us are behind Berkhamsted’s new

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Dear Rishi: just NO

There’s been so much to motivate us as the government backtracks on Net Zero measures, ignores the Climate and Ecological Emergency at the Tory conference, plans new roads and gives the green light to Rosebank oil and gas field (combined

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As temperatures rise…

The heat records broken and floods around the world, which the media keeps fairly secret or doesn’t connect with climate change, should motivate us to talk to people and make whatever changes we can even as the summer holidays make

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Back on the bridge

Banner drop We didn’t get a photo this time so are using last summer’s image, but we were back on the Tring Park bridge over the A41 with our NO FUTURE IN FOSSIL FUELS banner early on the last morning

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UNITING TO SURVIVE – IN DACORUM

On Thursday 11th May we met at the Quaker Meeting House in Berkhamsted with friends from Greenpeace (St Albans), Transition Town Berkhamsted, Animal Rising and Parents for Future. The meeting was well attended and supported by Rebels from XR Chesham.

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THE BIG ONE: COME AND SHARE

We hope you made it to at least one of those four powerful days in Westminster, but even if you couldn’t, please come along to our next in-person meeting on Thursday 11th May at the Quaker Meeting House on Berkhamsted

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Reds in the ruins

On the morning of 1st April we were leafleting about the Big One in Hemel as a change from Berko. That afternoon local Rebels walked slowly through Berkhamsted to the castle, four of them as Red Rebels and three others

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LOVE SHOULDN’T COST THE EARTH

Some members of XR Dacorum took part in a blockade on Valentine’s Day of the two private jet terminals at Luton: Harrods Aviation and Signature. February 14th was chosen because it is one of the busiest days of the year

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