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Posts Tagged ‘Climate Camp’

Climate Camp Regional Gatherings

Written by Zofia Walczak

When Owen Pallett, pharmacy the man behind the erstwhile Final Fantasy moniker, announced in December 2009 that he was abandoning the name in favour of recording under his birth name, it came not without a sigh of relief – for years the slightly-embarrassing recording name had led to a kind of stigmatization within Pallett’s fans – including numerous inside jokes envisioning bleary-eyed, pock-marked RPG nerds, stumbling from their houses, giddy with the promise of an evening devoted to their favourite video game – only to be faced with a devastatingly hip young man playing sumptuous, violin-looped indie pop -impish, Pallet may be, but he ain’t no fairy – although, considering Pallett’s own, infamous devotion to the video game, he may have been more than happy to accommodate said nerds at his concerts.
As endearing as such stories may be, they still led to Pallett becoming slightly belittled in the indie community – rather than garnering the fervent praise and respect he deserved, he was slotted lazily into the male folk singer-songwriter category, along with Sufjan Stevens and Andrew Bird – Pallett’s sprawling, endlessly cinematic compositions bears far more similarity to… read more

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Copping Out: The latest from Trafalgar Square

What's happening down at the COP OUT Camp out

Written by Grace Beaumont

Illustration by Verity Smith Waking on Friday morning I can tell by the sunlight streaming into my room that for a change it’s a bright and clear day, doctor cheapest […]

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Operation Bike Bloc: Designing the Resistance Machine!

The designing and building of the Bike Bloc prototypes in Bristol and what's in store for Copenhagen.

Written by Grace Beaumont

An interview with artist and activist John Jordan: Find out how the designing and building of the Bike Bloc prototypes went in Bristol last week, and what is in store for Copenhagen.

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COP out CAMP out

Written by Grace Beaumont

Because it’s business as usual in Copenhagen!

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Warm-up for Copenhagen!

Join the action with a day of workshops, debate and more at the Great Global Warm-Up event this Saturday

Written by Grace Beaumont

Join the action with a day of workshops, debate and more at the Great Global Warm-Up event this Saturday

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Earth Listings: 23rd – 29th November 2009

Written by Grace Beaumont

Monday 23rd November, viagra 60mg Lisa Hannigan, Royal Festival Hall Debut album “Sea Sew” came out this summer from Miss Hannigan and she is now touring to support this. The […]

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Signs Of Revolt – Creative Resistance & Social Movements since Seattle

5 of the disobedient and mischievous activist groups you should check out and get involved with now…

Written by Adam S

A cold November night and I journey to a very cosy Camden Barfly to view Plastiscines. This band are the latest export from the country who gave us Eric Cantona, […]

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Earth Listings: 16th – 22nd November 2009

Written by Adam S

HALL OF FAME EXHIBITION 10-18 NOVEMBER BURLINGTON ARCADE, diagnosis PICCADILLY, online W1 FREE ENTRY Essential for all fashion fanatics who’ve ever wanted to get a peek into the wardrobes of […]

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Shutting down Didcot Power Station

The post-protest reaction

Written by Eleanor Matthews

Zoe Paul graduated from Camberwell BA Sculpture earlier this summer. Whilst there Zoe participated in numerous shows from the group exhibition Factory at the James Taylor Gallery organised by Royal […]

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Looking a little closer at The Bigger Picture: Festival of Interdependence

Climate ration packs to bread-making: The top 5 on the day

Written by Adam S

A few weeks ago a rather lovely fashion shoot dropped into Amelia’s Magazine inbox. A collaboration from the photographer Paul Cassidy and producerCristina Duran styled by and starring Silvia. The […]

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The Great Climate Swoop 2009: A retrospective

Laying a power station to siege; fences, dogs, police and direct action

Written by Adam S

The Jerwood Drawing Prize is back again for another year and 2009’s hopefuls won’t disappoint. The longest running annual exhibition has been going since 1994 and is dedicated to promoting […]

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The Great Climate Swoop – the mass action of the year!

An active day out in the Nottinghamshire countryside...

Written by Adam S

Mademoiselle Robot is the Parisian journalist who relocated to British shores to write a hugely popular fashion blog. Full of style advice and celebrity interviews, drug ask the blog has […]

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Bloom In Bloomsbury – A student focused day of outreach and action.

The alternative freshers fair...

Written by Adam S

A murder in a New York fashion house. A star cast including Judi Dench, pharm more about Jude Law and Eddie Izzard. You might expect a standard film, pilule but […]

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The Urban Green Fair

A synergy of all things great and all things green.

Written by Karen Hitt

Jay-Z, price Coldplay and Girls Aloud in concert – that’s the closest analogy in recent times to the new Turner and the Masters exhibition at Tate Britain. There are so many […]

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Mass action at Hazelwood Coal Power Station

Australia Climate action 2009, An interview with one of the organisers, Louise Morris

Written by Adam S

I’ll put up my hands and admit that as a girl, health medications not yet a quarter of a century old, remedy talking about music is utterly intimidating. Yet I […]

Blackheath Climate Camp 2009

Spiky Fluff

Written by Adam S

Graham Carter’s joyful prints reference many of the most loved images in modern culture: the characters from Star Wars or the eerie but manageable magic of Spirited Away. The artistic […]

The 10:10 campaign launches

Tate Modern, September 1

Written by Satu Fox

Graham Carter’s joyful prints reference many of the most loved images in modern culture: the characters from Star Wars or the eerie but manageable magic of Spirited Away. The artistic […]

London Climate Camp 09: The Music

Blackheath, London, August 27th - September 2nd

Written by Katie Weatherall

Having spearheaded the new London folk scene with their debut album, there medical Noah and the Whale are back with their hands full up, releasing a new single, album and […]

Arts workshops this weekend at Climate Camp

Squeeze your creative juices down at Blackheath

Written by Satu Fox

Having spearheaded the new London folk scene with their debut album, there medical Noah and the Whale are back with their hands full up, releasing a new single, album and […]

Camp for Climate Action

One week to go!

Written by Tom Russell

Having spearheaded the new London folk scene with their debut album, there medical Noah and the Whale are back with their hands full up, releasing a new single, album and […]