Climate Camp Scotland

12julAll Day17Climate Camp ScotlandScotland's people-powered ‘festival of resistance’ OrganiserClimate Camp ScotlandGrangemouth, FK3 8JB(All Day)(GMT+00:00) Event TypeClimate Action,Cultural, Arts & Social,Meeting,Outdoor,Webinar & Talks,Workshop & TrainingThemeClimate Justice,Communication & Storytelling,Community,Energy & Renewables,Family Friendly,Feminism,Food & Agriculture,Governance & Just Transition,Mental Health & Wellbeing,Networking & Community Engagement,Racial & Migrant Justice,Science

Event Details

Join us at Climate Camp Grangemouth where community groups, local people and climate activists will assemble for a people-powered ‘festival of resistance’, building relationships between workers, community members and climate campaigners.

Learn practical skills, watch local and international talks and films, meet new people, explore local nature and history and play games! Vegan food will be provided on site and the camp will be fully equipped with compost toilets and camping space.

INEOS Grangemouth is Scotland’s most polluting site and billionaire owner Jim Ratcliffe stashes record profits in a tax haven while the community here are blighted by pollution and struggling with food and gas bills.

Climate camp will be a place to build a just transition led by people, not billionaires, to resist and reimagine a greener future together.

Find out more, open ‘Climate Camp Grangemouth: The Guide

The exact camp location within the Grangemouth area will be announced on the day before the camp takes place but it will be within 5 miles from Grangemouth town centre and within easy reach of public transport.

We are asking for £25 per person to help cover the costs of food and equipment, but donations are wholly optional we welcome everyone to take part.

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ABOUT US: Climate Camp Scotland organise against fossil fuels and for climate justice in Scotland. We have held national camps, mass actions and campaigns to challenge polluters and the root causes of climate injustices. We work non-hierarchically to share knowledge and skills to grow the climate movement here and globally. Sign-up to take part: you’ll also get news about our work, invites to our meetings, and all the info you need on how you can take part in our campaigns.



July 12 (Wednesday) - 17 (Monday)(GMT+00:00)