Sign up to stay informed about climate emergency protests and events

If you’ve been on a climate emergency march or are involved in environmental protection on the Island, Extinction Rebellion urge you to sign up to their newsletter to stay in touch with upcoming events and marches.

People on march for Extinction Rebellion

The Isle of Wight branch of Extinction Rebellion – the group protesting against “climate breakdown, biodiversity loss, and the risk of social and ecological collapse” – is calling on all those who attended the three marches on the Island to get in touch. 

A spokesperson told OnTheWight,

“Wildfires are ripping across the arctic. Ice is melting at speeds never thought possible.

“Deadly heatwaves are crippling countries around the world. Scientists express their panic daily.”

A joining of forces “happening right now”
The spokesperson has asked that those who have attended the marches on the Island, who or those that are involved in environmental protection on the Island, to sign up to their newsletter to ensure they don’t miss out on news of upcoming events.

They say,

“There is a joining of forces happening right now to strengthen the effort to halt pollution and keep global heating to 1.5 degrees as recommended by the IPCC.”


“Time is running out and we owe this to future generations to act now.”

Sign up to stay in touch
Extinction Rebellion want to hear from everyone who wants to help in whatever capacity they are able to.

To get in touch and stay up to date with future events subscribe to their newsletter. Alternatively, you can email [email protected] with specific queries. 

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Friday, 9th August, 2019 9:41am



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5 Comments on "Sign up to stay informed about climate emergency protests and events"

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Great that everyone’s pulling together on this.

Steve Goodman
Great if and when everyone does, but the evidence is that because far too little is happening far too slowly we should also be preparing for the catastrophic effects of the runaway rises in temperature, atmospheric carbon levels, extreme weather events, soil loss, pollution from plastics etc., species extinction, enforced displacement of people, sickness, and civil disorder. Some people, some politicians, some other powerholders, and some businesses… Read more »
Steve Goodman
Staying informed about our poor pulling power is greatly assisted by The Climate Action Tracker (CAT link to follow), an independent scientific analysis produced by three research organisations tracking climate action since 2009, tracking progress towards the globally agreed aim of holding warming well below 2°C, and pursuing efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C. We are already above 1 degree, already seeing the increasingly huge cost of… Read more »
Steve Goodman

Something recent from somebody else staying informed (BBC environment correspondent Matt McGrath):

“Climate change: 12 years to save the planet? Make that 18 months”

Link to follow.

Steve Goodman

This evening’s Channel 4 news informed us that the great amount of money being pulled from everyone to subsidize the filthy fossil fuel industry is now about $350 billion annually, or a rough average of $50 from every single person on the planet being burned and poisoned by that industry.