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Blockadia: Keep Fossil Fuels in the Ground!

On every continent there is an increasing frequency and intensity of resistance movements against fossil fuel projects. These interwoven spaces of resistance are Blockadia, along the chain of extraction, transportation and combustion.

Global gas Lock-in Map

This map shows European gas resistance in the context of massive proposed new gas infrastructure that would represent a “Fossil Fuel Lock-in” for Europe and massive public spending through the publically supported “Projects of Common Interest” (PCIs).
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Zhuxi Industrial Park in Huaxi, Dongyang, Zhejiang, China

In April 2005, thousands of people rioted in a village in southeastern China, overturning police cars and driving away officers who had tried to stop elderly villagers protesting against pollution from nearby factories in a chemical park.

Abandoned uranium mines, Portugal

Uranium mined in Portugal since 1913 leaves a legacy of diseases, radioactivity and environmental contamination. Struggles and reclamations continue til today

Movement against the location of the Vasco da Gama bridge in Lisboa, Portugal

Environmental movements presented data in favor of alternative routes to build the bridge. The debate around the use of public transport and railways expanded.

Nuclear power station in Ferrel, Peniche, Portugal

Campaign in Portugal "For Life and Against Nuclear" manages to halt nuclear power development. A national campaign claims that: "We are all residents of Ferrel" - and we are all impacted by nuclear energy.

Co-incineration in Cimpor and Secil cement kilns, Portugal

Air pollution and high rates of cancer found around cement plants burning waste for powering the industry. Protests in several places in portugal since the '90s

Eastern Economic Corridor, Thailand

The Eastern Economic Corridor is one of the flagship development projects of the Thai government. It will include new industrial areas, the expansion of ports and airports, and new railway connections.