Climate Justice Action and others in direct action radical climate
movements are bringing together a meeting to evaluate recent
resistance to climate colonialism and to consider what's next.
Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February 2010 in AMSTERDAM:
Plantagedoklaan 8-12, 1018 CM.
The purpose of this meeting is to create a space where radical climate
activists can meet up to share info about the various struggles we're
fighting across the continent, and to discuss what next after
Some people are discussing upcoming international meetings (such as
Bonn, or the World Bank/IETA meetings this year), while others are
choosing to focus on strengthening local groups and local struggles.
This meeting will give us the opportunity to discuss these ideas and
think about whether we can or want to have some kind of common
The meeting is open to all groups with a radical approach to the
climate struggle, not just those who participated in the Climate
Justice Action network. We hope that a common ground recognition of
capitalism as the cause of the climate crisis will form the basis of
our politics as we discuss 'what next'.
Some possible items for the agenda so far are:
- what struggles are currently happening in Europe
- what international events are happening here, and do we want to
mobilise for them
- do we have/want a common strategy for struggles across the continent
- discussion of proposal: callout for Peoples' Assemblies
- debrief of process that led up to copenhagen (what can we learn from
how the cja network organised/mobilised)
The meeting will take place between 9am-6pm on both days. Food will be
provided for a donation. There will be sleeping space available -
please let us know in advance if you will require this, and bring a
sleeping bag and crash-mat. Also let us know in advance if you will
require a bed: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send agenda items to climate09process[at]gmail.com