Declaration of Rebellion at Parliament Square, London, on 31 October 2018. Attribution: Steve Eason
  • Here Comes Everyone: XR's strategy for 2023-24 aims sees strengthening communities as the path to effective climate protest, The Daily Alternative (Jun 04, 2023)
  • Extinction Rebellion: Climate activists stage Earth Day demonstration, BBC News (Apr 24, 2023)
  • Extinction Rebellion announces move away from disruptive tactics, The Guardian (Jan 01, 2023)

Jul-Dec 2020[edit | edit source]

  • Extinction Rebellion launches campaign of financial disobedience.[1] Nov 23

Extinction Rebellion is a force for good.[2] Sep 13

According to YouGov poll, UK public think we do not have a free press[3] Only a minority of adults in the UK think that we have a free press. Most people think the press ownership concentration is unacceptable. 48% of people think the UK press generally pays too little attention to climate change. Sep 10

Jan-Jun 2020[edit | edit source]

Extinction Rebellion UK launch new strategy: 'In 2019 we demanded change. In 2020 we begin building the alternative'.[4] Feb 12

  • Today, Extinction Rebellion UK launched its new strategy for 2020 saying: 'This is the year rebellion goes beyond the streets and into the fabric of everything we do.'
  • Barely a year old, Extinction Rebellion has already been recognised as the #1 global influencer on climate awareness.
  • Key goals are to bring a million people in the UK into active support and ensure 50% of the nation see the Climate & Ecological Emergency as their top priority; pilot new participatory systems in democracy, media and economics; and grow connections to, and understanding of, wider movements for change.
  • National policies and international climate agreements have failed for 30 years – While we know the eyes of the world will be on COP26 and we will be factoring it into plans, Extinction Rebellion will not be depending on this conference.
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Pupils draft their own climate bill as anxiety grows over lack of guidance for schools[5] Feb 11

Rushing the emergency, rushing the rebellion? Story and vision for XR in 2020. By Marc Lopatin, Skeena Rathor, Rupert Read[6] Jan...An open response to XR-Story-Vision in 2020

2019[edit | edit source]


Majority of UK public back 2030 zero-carbon target – poll[7] Nov 7

Extinction Rebellion: High Court rules London protest ban unlawful[8] Nov 6

The first year of XR is coming up. So if we need a "rapid transition" to the next stage, what can we all learn from them?[9] Oct 23

Extinction Rebellion's car-free streets showcase the possibility of a beautiful, safe and green future.[10] Oct 16

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