In the last rebellion we suggested three primary actions: pasting scientific papers, hunger strikes, and teach-ins. Others protested in their own ways, from the Rebellion for Forests in British Columbia to the activist who chained himself to the gates of 10 Downing Street.
At Scientist Rebellion we open source action designs, creating a growing library of resources to help others to take the actions they think are the most ethical and effective. If you have an idea, we will try to help make it reality. The only rule we ask colleagues and allies to comply with is to refrain from violence against others.
More details and ways to get involved can be found on our website: https://scientistrebellion.com/
We are starting to run international tours of scientists talking to the public about the crisis, opening up pathways to action. Join us and Roger Hallam on Sunday 6th June at 6pm GMT to find out more and how to get involved, using the following link: https://zoom.us/j/94925275819
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