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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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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.

Tau Taa Wana indigenous land grabbed by PT KSL, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

The common lands of Tau Taa Wana, which constituted an important part of the people's livelihoods, was developed into plantations by PT KLS in 1997-1998. The company has not yet fulfilled promises of compensation to the community.

PT SPN Oil Palm Company in Lee Village, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

PT SPN applied for and was granted a land use permit over Lee Village territory in 2009 without prior and informed consent having been obtained from the villagers or the Village Government.

Map Ta Phut Industrial Area, Thailand

Map Ta Phut industrial area is the largest petrochemical complex in Thailand. Its activities have been related to air and water pollution in the area. A new expansion is under way.

Naung Pha dam on the Salween River, Shan State Myanmar

The Naung Pha dam is one of many dams planned on the Salween River. 90% of the produced electricity will be exported to China, while the associated social and environmental burdens have to be carried by local Shan communities.

Upper Yeywa dam on the Namtu River, Shan State, Myanmar

The Upper Yeywa dam will flood traditional Shan villages and irreversibly change the unique characteristics of the Namtu River. Farmers, environmentalists and human rights organizations mobilize against the dam project.