At our meeting on 25th January we discussed the UK Strategy for the next Rebellion from 9th April and committed to painting the streets and hosting a Heading for Extinction talk, inviting friends along. We now have a date: Tuesday
Rebels from XR Dacorum leafleted cinema-goers outside The Rex, Berkhamsted, before showings of the movie Don’t Look Up in January 2022. The majority of punters took a leaflet, devised by us, which answered the question WHAT CAN WE DO? having
We discussed the film, DON’T LOOK UP, which will soon be shown at The Rex in Berkhamsted (13th and 21st) and The Odyssey in St Albans. While devastating, it is a great conversation opener. (See Peter Kalmus’s and George Monbiot’s
On 9th December we stood on Berkhamsted High Street with this message, initially asking people what they thought or felt about COP 26. One person was “quite positive” about it (!) but many ignored the question and some didn’t know
On Friday 26th November we joined with XRSA to visit Barclays again, and this time three Rebels – two of us from Dacorum – used a ladder to climb onto the roof and display a banner. On the ground, more
We talked mainly about ways of making sure that locally people know COP26 failed us all, discussing a banner drop and deciding to engage people on Berko High Street at 2:00 on Thursday 9th December, asking WHAT CAN WE DO?
Most of those attending the meeting had been part of the bank action at Barclays in St Albans on 29th October, along with Rebels from XR St Albans, Tring and Chesham. We reflected on the success of this: size of
Our numbers were low with several core members poorly, but it was good to meet in person at the Quaker Meeting House in Berkhamsted. We completed sentences from the IPCC Report and the Chatham House Report by supplying the missing
Leslie and Sue debriefed on the Great Big Green Week show which went well and reduced some to tears. L also reported on attending the event on green investment. J reminded us about the march in Chesham on Sat 2nd.
Great Big Green Week Eco Fair debrief: little passing trade but some good conversations. 5 people signed up for updates on our activities. We gave out 50 flyers about our in-person meeting on 5th October and the show on 22nd.
Rebellion Debrief Most of us were positive about the impact and experience; G had mixed feelings. Everyone noted better reception from the public and more outreach. Camino to COP M and M went to Harpenden on Wed eve, greeted 20+
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