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“What the new Climate Camp Cymru can do for Wales”


Tim Holmes on The Guardian‘s Environment blog

We’ll protest against opencast mining and ensure the Welsh Assemby’s 2020 pledges are met … so why not join us?

When members of the UK’s first Camp for Climate Action pitched up next to Drax power station in 2006, they can scarcely have realised how far things would come in just a few years. This year the Climate Camp movement is spreading right across the world, with Camps springing up in the US, Australia, France, Ukraine, Scotland, India and elsewhere.

Over the next four days near the town of Merthyr Tydfil, Climate Camp Cymru – Wales’s first national Camp for Climate Action – will be joining them.

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