• Welcome

    The Exeter branch of Extinction Rebellion, holding local protests and preparing for national actions to peacefully force the government to take greater action on climate change and biodiversity. All are welcome to come along to a general meeting (alternate Friday evenings), our Protests, Actions and Marches.

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  • General Meeting 15th January at 7pm

    Our regular, fortnightly meetings are a great way to get involved with XR locally.  The next General Meeting will be on Friday 15th January at 7.00pm on Zoom. The meeting will be on Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83080564695?pwd=aU9RbFVtcmloSGcxaDFlc3pxSC9mQT09Meeting ID: 869 7316 8690Passcode: 146874 Agenda is here (you will need ...

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  • June 2022, second newsletter

    Hello Rebel   This time, updates about the regular climate cafe, this week’s General Meeting and a local job opportunity. Rebels can join t ...

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  • June 2022, first newsletter

    Hello Rebel!   Thank you for bearing with us while we managed the integration of the newsletter into Action Network. We are aware that not all Rebels received our last ...

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  • Bus stop adverts

    These have recently appeared at bus stops in Exeter ...

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  • *The* Pink Table

    One of the many memorable sights of the Impossible Rebellion of August 2021 was the appearance of a 4m high pink table in the centre of London at the junction of six roads in Covent Garden. Built off-site by a small team it was disguised as a lorry before being ...

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  • Banner Drop

    We were unlucky with the weather on 24th and 31st October – banners in rain and high winds are not a good option for us or for drivers who may be distracted in difficult driving conditions. We eventually did it on 7th november with 2 people at a time on ...

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  • Flags on Sidmouth Cliff Falls

    The flagged cliff-falls are indicating just the start of the warming climate induced sea rises over the coming years. The latest news from Greenland and the Arctic shows sea-ice loss at the extreme limit of predictions. Here in prosperous Sidmouth we can build a sea wall which will keep us ...

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