Climate change No Dash for Gas – the new, chimney-climbing face of climate direct action

Guardian: Last November, members of the newly formed direct action group No Dash For Gas were feeling pretty good. They had just completed a week-long occupation of West Burton power station in Nottinghamshire, forced French owners EDF to switch the power off and prevented the emission of 19,117 tonnes of carbon dioxide. In a cafe in London where she met me after work a couple of days after climbing down the 91m concrete chimney where activists had camped for a week, Ewa Jasiewicz said the group felt "really......

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