March, Rally, Shout and Sing for Climate Justice!
On 5 and 6 November 2021, as world leaders meet in Glasgow for the COP26 Global Climate Summit, towns and cities across the world will take to the streets demanding global climate justice.
In Portsmouth, we will be assembling at 12pm on both Friday 5th and Saturday 6th November, for the Climate Strike and Global Day of Action.
On Friday November 5th there’ll be a rally in Guildhall Square – Strike for the Climate
Gather at Portsmouth Guildhall Square, Friday 5 November, 12 noon. Strike in your lunch break, demand climate justice and real action from COP26. Bring your friends, banners and noisemakers
Global day of Action for Climate Justice.
Assemble at Portsmouth Guildhall Square, Saturday 6 November, 12 noon.
March through the streets of Portsmouth, followed by rallying for climate justice and real action from COP26. Bring your friends, banners and noisemakers
And spread the word – climate justice comes from the ground up
Please share this event on social media using the hashtags #cop26portsmouth and #cop26coalition
COVID Safety: We are asking you to:
take a Lateral Flow Test before attending and not attend if positive results indicated; use NHS contact tracing app during event
wear face FFP-2 grade face covering unless exempt
use hand sanistisers
maintain 1m physical distancing as far as reasonably practicable.
Find out more and get involved. Join the local Facebook Group
There are lots of things you can do including signing declarations, writing to MPs as well as joining our strike and climate march.
This is the image from one side of our flyer. If you can take posters (like the top picture) or flyers, please message Mark on 07816 835621 with details of how many of each you would like and where you can distribute them.
If you can’t make it to Portsmouth there are events happening as part of the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice around the country and the world.
For national events, go to the map for details: https://cop26coalition.org/map/
Fareham and Gosport COP26 – Day of Action – 6 November 2021
Gosport and Fareham Friends of the Earth invite you to join us for a short, fun performance.
Panto comes early to Stokes Bay, as Gosport and Fareham Friends of the Earth present “King Canute of Westminster”. Will the king be able to keep his promises: no floods, no fires and no sea level rise? Will he put our money where his mouth is? Or will he put most of our money in the pockets of oil and gas corporations?
Join us for the performance at Stokes Bay near Pebbles Cafe from 11.30 am on Saturday 6 November. Our group members will also be free to chat about topics that interest you and tell you more about our activities.