CEC joins We all want to Just Stop Oil demonstration

Time is fast running out. Climate Emergency Camden joined with groups from around the country to call on the government to halt all future fossil fuel extraction projects immediately. With thousands in attendance, we stood and sat in the road together and demanded: NO NEW OIL, tax big polluters and billionaires, ENERGY FOR ALL, insulate our homes, and …

One Vote for the Planet

Members of Climate Emergency Camden have set up a platform to field candidates in May's local elections. it is proposed to support one independent candidate in each ward in Camden, whose remit will be to prioritise action on the climate and ecological emergency. Candidates will support the aims of Climate Emergency Camden, and sign up …

Planning for low carbon, low impact development

CEC's Built Environment Group has submitted a response to Camden's consultation on the Site Allocation Local Plan. Climate Emergency Camden does not think that the plans for proposed development are “sound” in relation to the urgent need to mitigate climate change and ecological damage globally, as they do not consider the impact of 'embodied carbon' …

Pause and Review the Edmonton Incinerator

On 16th December the North London Waste Authority board, including Camden councillors Adam Harrison and Richard Olszewski, voted to award the construction contract of the Edmonton Incinerator to the Spanish company Acciona. CEC has made many previous representations to the Council about the serious flaws with the current plans, and joined protestors from the 7 …

XR March for Nature

Members of Climate Emergency Camden and XR Camden joined the march in central London to raise awareness of the threat to nature globally- rain forests, coral reefs, prairies, marshlands, mangroves are disappearing. As a result of continued extraction and burning or coal, oil and gas the planet is suffering fires, floods, drought and destruction. Nature …

Submission to Parliament

Climate Emergency Camden has submitted written evidence to the Environmental Audit Committee regards Mapping the path to net zero: Local government and net zero in England’. CEC has concerns about London Borough of Camden's performance in achieving its net-zero aims. Despite having declared a Climate and Ecological Emergency in October 2019, it has not significantly …