Happy New Year from XR Derby

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Don’t Look Up – did you see this film over the break? 🎥
Moments from XR Derby in 2021

 

 

 

Don’t Look Up

 

New film, available on Netflix, and watched by many of us over the break.

Loved by climate scientists (who feel, at last, represented). Criticised by film critics (with no sense of the irony of inadvertently writing themselves into the script 🤣).

Highly recommended to watch and share.

“The movie Don’t Look Up is satire. But speaking as a climate scientist doing everything I can to wake people up and avoid planetary destruction, it’s also the most accurate film about society’s terrifying non-response to climate breakdown I’ve seen.” Peter Kalmus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some moments from XR Derby in 2021

February – XR Derby makers and climbers repair the Save Middle Oak banner

April – XR Derby supporting the Right to Roam Campaign at Kedleston Hall

May – XR Derby helped organise the Marches for Wildlife in Chesterfield, Leicester, Derby, Lincoln and Nottingham

June – Court Cases

June – digital messaging

At the Royal Courts of Justice – supporting Transport Action Network

June – XR Derby at the Free the Press march

July – COVID safe, we keep up outreach

September – supporting Save the Badgers – Stop the Cull

August – XR Derby at the London “Impossible” Rebellion

September – at the Transition Belper Eco Market

September – Many XR Derby Rebels supported Insulate Britain with incredibly impactful (and controversial) protests – with the M25 declared a site of non-violent civil resistance

October with the Derby COP26 Alliance.

November – joining Derby Climate Coalition and other groups at the COP26 coalition march.

Black Friday, November – joining a nationwide blockade of Amazon distribution centres as storm Arwen crashed into the UK.

December – one of many Kill the Bill protests

Extinction Rebellion Derby is a group of concerned, ordinary local people.