Keep up on civil resistance here in the US and around the world.
XR Pathways and Declare Emergency supporter, Kroegeor, court name, Jackson Green, is being held until trial for his Federal case where he wrote, "Honor Them" on the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Originally, Kroegeor was out on bond, pending the result of the case. However, after the recent action, where he and Donald Zepeda poured magenta powder over the constitution, a bench warrant was issued.
On Thursday morning 40 Rebels in The Hague, The Netherlands blocked all the entrances of the Ministry of Finance. They did this as a report came out this week in which the government set out a plan to phase out the fossil fuel subsidies which are between $42.8 to $50 billion every year. The rebels demand that the Dutch government immediately stops all fossil fuel subsidies.
On Monday, February 12, 21 diverse youth supporting the Sunrise Movement took over the lobby to Biden's campaign headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware. About 60 more people were gathered outside the offices to support and protest. They were demanding that Biden declare a climate emergency ahead of the 2024 election.
The Rotunda of the National Archives in Washington DC was evacuated after two climate activists with Declare Emergency dumped red powder on themselves and the case holding the United States Constitution.
On Friday, January 26, the Biden Administration released a statement announcing a decision to pause all new Liquefied Natural Gas exports, "with the exception of unanticipated and immediate national security emergencies," reads the statement. It continues: "During this period, we will take a hard look at the impacts of LNG exports on energy costs, America’s energy security, and our environment. This pause on new LNG approvals sees the climate crisis for what it is: the existential threat of our time."
Schladming, 24 January 2024, 6 PM. People of the Last Generation Austria interrupted the Nightrace in Schladming today. It was a familiar sight from Gurgl and Bischofshofen: banners with the words, "Listen to the Climate Council," and orange paint in the finish area. Three people entered the finish area, distributed colored powder and sat peacefully in the snow. Security staff forcefully removed them from the venue. Chancellor Nehammer himself, whose policies were a target of the protest, was in attendance.