Rebellion Swarming

Action demanding the government’s urgent response on the Climate Crisis and Ecological Emergency continues…

The Extinction Rebellion is bringing thousands of us out onto the streets to demand that life continues on this planet. It is spreading around the world, setting up in 15 countries in the past two weeks. So let’s make the rebellion huge and powerful and inspire other countries to do the same!

We have all seen that one-day events don’t create the vast changes that now have to happen immediately.

So let’s assemble from 7am in Parliament Square, London, each day from Wednesday 21st to Friday 23rd of November (additional details will be posted soon). Occupying the roads. Only through daily economic disruption, stopping business as usual, will the government recognise the gravity of the crisis we all face and agree to meet with us to address our demand for radical action.

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Do this is in your cities. Set up your own swarms. History shows us this is how social change works.

Take that time off work. This is the most important thing in the world right now. Get on the phone. Start sharing on social media. Speak to your family, to your kids and grandparents. Tell everyone to come along. This is it: the best chance in a generation to throw off fear, despair and detachment and stand up for what we love most of all – life itself!

We are all amazed by the overwhelming response to this call to action. Now let’s go out and make some real change.

You can hear future generations cheering us on!

Read our declaration of rebellion

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