Christian found ‘not guilty’ of criminal damage during Extinction Rebellion protest

Yesterday, Angela Ditchfield, 41, from Cambridge, was acquitted of causing criminal damage for spray-painting graffiti onto the headquarters of the Cambridgeshire County Council headquarters as part of an Extinction Rebellion protest last December. The Christian Climate Action member admitted that she had used the spray-paint but plead not guilty on the grounds of having a … Continue reading Christian found ‘not guilty’ of criminal damage during Extinction Rebellion protest

Christian Activist who glued herself to entrance of coal company AGM walks free

Today (Tuesday 22nd), mother-of-two Angela Ditchfield stood trial for gluing herself to the entrance doors of an international coal company AGM in London. Angela is part of the activist group Christian Climate Action and took part in the action alongside Bangladeshi protesters and transnational campaigners Phulbari Solidarity. The action, which took place on Friday 28th … Continue reading Christian Activist who glued herself to entrance of coal company AGM walks free

Reflecting on the train action: moving forwards together

Holly-Anna Petersen writes as a member of CCA who was not part of the Extinction Rebellion train action, reflecting on her thoughts and feelings about a divisive action: Extinction Rebellion has got a lot of coverage over the year - which has driven the issue of climate breakdown up the agenda. However, I think it’s … Continue reading Reflecting on the train action: moving forwards together