CODE ROOD climate action big success! You can find the latest news here.

The first mass civil disobedience action against fossil fuels was a great success! More than 300 people occupied the coal harbor of Amsterdam, pushing it to close down all activity for the day. We ruled the industry today, but the fight against the fossil industries continues. We will continue with our actions in the future: oil, coal and gas must stay in the ground!

CODE ROOD has started! You can find the location of the climate camp and the latest news here.

Code Rood [Red Alert] is calling for a mass disobedience action to protect our collective future. On the 24th of June, the second anniversary of the historic Urgenda Climate Case in the Netherlands, we will draw a red line against climate change in the port of Amsterdam, the largest gasoline harbour in the world and 2nd largest coal harbour in Europe, after Rotterdam.

There is no time to lose. While the climate is already visibly changing and politicians politicians allow for continued record breaking greenhouse gas emissions we are building a militant climate movement that makes a switch from mass protest to mass disobedience. We are calling for everybody to join us in this collective struggle. When we join forces we can break the power of the fossil fuel industry!

Climate camp

From Thursday June 22nd until Monday June 26th there will also be an informal climate camp in the port of Amsterdam, at biking distance from Sloterdijk train station. The exact location will be announced at the very last moment. Please plan to come as early as possible to the camp – if possible from 22nd of June – to build and secure the camp together, and to be well prepared for the action on the 24th of June.

Facebook event for the camp and the action

Join us!

Participation in this action does not require any specific experience. Everybody can make a valuable contribution! On this website you will find an overview of all our upcoming action trainings, info events, our 5th action conference and a list of our working groups and how you can join them.