Activities

We will be mobilizing activists and organizing actions in Bonn to protest the inclusion of nuclear energy as a clean climate solution during the COP23. See below for the list of Don’t Nuke the Climate actions and affiliate actions. Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter (at the bottom) and we’ll keep you updated on campaign developments!

Activities / events “Don’t nuke the Climate”

Friday, November 3rd:

  • 11:00 am-Don’t Nuke the Climate press conference
    Focus: Facing the climate change: the future is renewable—Don’t Nuke the Climate!
    Location: Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Langer Grabenweg 68, 53175 Bonn
    Speakers: Vladimir Slivyak; Angelika Claußen; Sebastian Sladek
  • 6:00 pm-People’s Climate Summit evening panel
    Focus:
    Global Climate Justice: Fighting extractivism and holding polluters accountable
    Location: Endenicher Allee 19 53115 Bonn
    Speakers:
    Saul Luciano Lliuya (mountain guide, plaintiff vs. RWE, Peru), Makereta Waqavonovono (lawyer, Fiji), Carroll Muffet (Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL), USA), Kwami Kpondzo (Friends of the Earth International, Togo), Nguy Thi Khanh (GreenID, Vietnam), Teresa Anderson (ActionAid International, UK,), Moderation: Barbara Unmüßig (Heinrich Böll Foundation)

Saturday, November 4th:

  • 12:00 pm-People’s Climate March at COP23
    Focus: We will march with thousands of people from around the world for climate justice and 100% renewable and sustainable energy. We call upon our governments and Germany to implement the Paris Agreement, to speed up the energy transition, and to commit to phasing out nuclear and coal!
    Location: Münsterplatz, 53111 Bonn, Germany
  • 8:00 pm-People’s Climate Summit evening panel
    Focus: Leave it in the Ground: Ending the age of fossil fuels
    Location: IGS Beuel (Siegburger Str. 321)
    Speakers: Charlotte Loreck (Oeko Institut / Prognos); Heather Milton-Lightening (Indigenous Climate Action – Canada), nn. (German trade union), Sean Sweeney (Trade Unions for Energy Democracy), Philipp Litz (agora Energiewende – Germany), Noelie Audidor (‘Gastivists’)

Sunday, November 5th:

  • 6:00 pm- People’s Climate Summit evening panel
    Focus: From Counting CO2 towards a sweeping change: how do we work towards transition?
    Location: IGS Beuel (Siegburger Str. 321)
    Speakers: Speakers: Lidy Nacpil (Asian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development), N.N. (Indigenous Environmental Network), Jutta Sundermann (Aktion Agrar), Christiane Kliemann (Degrowth Network, Transition Bonn), Magdalena Heuwieser (System Change not Climate Change)

Monday, November 6th:

  • 11:00 am-Don’t Nuke the Climate press conference
    Focus: Highlighting voices from the Global South in solidarity against nuclear energy as a solution for climate change.
    Location: Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Langer Grabenweg 68, 53175 Bonn
    Speakers: Leona Morgan (Diné No Nukes) Navajo Nation, Kumar Sundaram (DiaNuke), India, Pinar Demircan (Nukleersiz.org), Turkey
  • 2:30 pm to 4:30pm-Workshop at People’s Climate Summit
    Focus:
    Nuclear Power – it is a false solution (Don’t nuke the climate)
    Location:
    Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Room: GSI-R6 – Langer Grabenweg 68, 53175, Bonn
    Speakers:
    Kumar Sundaram, Leona Morgan, Makoma Lekalakala, Marcus Atkinson, & Pinar Demircan

Tuesday, November 7th:

  • 8:00 am- 7:00pm- Bonn International Rights  of Nature Tribunal
    Focus: The Tribunal offers the opportunity to visualize a world in which law and authorities work in the side of Nature. It tests new legal concepts, the recognition of the Rights of Nature under the public law at the international and local level – based on the “Universal Declaration of the Rights of Nature” – which recognizes the rights of ecosystems to exist and the duty of humanity to respect the integrity of their life cycles.
    Location: Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn (LVR)–Colmantstraße 14-16, 53115 Bonn

Wednesday, November 8th:

  • 8:00 am- 7:00pm- Bonn International Rights  of Nature Tribunal
    Focus: The Tribunal offers the opportunity to visualize a world in which law and authorities work in the side of Nature. It tests new legal concepts, the recognition of the Rights of Nature under the public law at the international and local level – based on the “Universal Declaration of the Rights of Nature” – which recognizes the rights of ecosystems to exist and the duty of humanity to respect the integrity of their life cycles.
    Location: Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn (LVR)–Colmantstraße 14-16, 53115 Bonn

Thursday, November 9th:

  • 11:00 am-3:00 pm- Don’t Nuke the Climate Waste Deposit Action
    Focus: 
    Anti-nuclear energy action in Münsterplatz, Bonn, Germany
    Location: Münsterplatz, 53111 Bonn, Germany

Friday, November 10th:

  • 7:00 pm- Construction and Resistance Presentation and Discussion: Not in the Name of Climate, Not in Our Name! India’s Poor Resist Nuclear Power
    Focus:
    India is one of the very few countries that are expanding atomic power in the post-Fukushima world, providing a lucrative market for the global nuclear lobbies. In doing so, the government is overlooking safety and environmental norms and also brutally repressing grassroots protests. All this is being justified in the name of providing electricity to the poor and responding to climate change. What is the truth?
    Location:
    ESG Bonn, Königsstrasse 88
    Presentation and Discussion
    with Kumar Sunderam (DiaNuke.org, India)

Saturday, November 11th:

Sunday, November 12th:

  • 9:00 am-6:00 pm- Don’t Nuke the Climate Exhibition
    Focus: Learn more about why nuclear is not a solution to climate change and what we are doing to ensure it is not included in the Green Climate Fund.
    Location: Bonn zone of the World Conference Center, First Floor–G.10.01

Monday, November 13th:

  • 9:00 am-6:00 pm- Don’t Nuke the Climate Exhibition
    Focus: Learn more about why nuclear is not a solution to climate change and what we are doing to ensure it is not included in the Green Climate Fund.
    Location: Bonn zone of the World Conference Center, First Floor–G.10.01

Tuesday, November 14th:

  • 9:00 am-6:00 pm- Don’t Nuke the Climate Exhibition
    Focus: Learn more about why nuclear is not a solution to climate change and what we are doing to ensure it is not included in the Green Climate Fund.
    Location: Bonn zone of the World Conference Center, First Floor–G.10.01
  • 7:00 pm- A Conversation with Alexander Tetsch (Environmental Journalist and Author of Fukushima 360)
    Focus:
    What you always wanted to know about the Atom but never dared to ask.
    Location: DGB Haus Bonn, Endenicher strasse 127

Wednesday, November 15th:

  • 9:00 am-6:00 pm- Don’t Nuke the Climate Exhibition
    Focus: Learn more about why nuclear is not a solution to climate change and what we are doing to ensure it is not included in the Green Climate Fund.
    Location: Bonn zone of the World Conference Center, First Floor–G.10.01

Thursday, November 15th:

  • 9:00 am-6:00 pm- Don’t Nuke the Climate Exhibition
    Focus: Learn more about why nuclear is not a solution to climate change and what we are doing to ensure it is not included in the Green Climate Fund.
    Location: Bonn zone of the World Conference Center, First Floor–G.10.01

Friday, November 16th:

  • 9:00 am-6:00 pm- Don’t Nuke the Climate Exhibition
    Focus: Learn more about why nuclear is not a solution to climate change and what we are doing to ensure it is not included in the Green Climate Fund.
    Location: Bonn zone of the World Conference Center, First Floor–G.10.01

Aktivitäten / Veranstaltungen “Don’t nuke the Climate”

  • 3.11.2017 – Pressekonferenz der Kampagne Don‘t nuke the climate (DNTC)
    um 11 Uhr Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Langer Grabenweg 68, 53175 Bonn
    Keine Kohle. Kein Atom. Dem Klimawandel begegnen: die Zukunft ist erneuerbar.
    Informationen zur Kampagne, Workshops, Veranstaltungen, Aktionen zum Weltklimagipfel
  • 3. bis 7.11.: Peoples Climate Summit PCS – https://pcs2017.org/de/aufruf/
  • 4.11. Demo Klima schützen – Kohle stoppen! – http://www.klima-kohle-demo.de/aufruf/
    Wir beteiligen uns als DNTC Kampagne mit unseren Fahnen an der Demo.
  • 6.11. – Pressekonferenz der Kampagne Don‘t nuke the climate (DNTC)
    um 11 Uhr Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Langer Grabenweg 68, 53175 Bonn
    Atomstrom Klimafreundlich? – Der globale Süden sagt nein!
  • Freitag, 10.11.2017, 19.00 Uhr
    Zur Situation der Atomindustrie in Indien: Kraftwerksneubau und Widerstand Präsentation und Diskussion mit Kumar Sunderam (DiaNuke.org, Indien)
    ESG Bonn Königsstrasse 88
  • Samstag, 11.11.2017, ab 10.30 Uhr
    Demonstration: Kohle? Erdöl? Atom? Wir vertreiben die bösen Klima-Geister !
    weitere Informationen: https://www.no-climate-change.org/
  • Dienstag 14.11. 2017, 19.00 Uhr
    Vortrag: “Was Sie schon immer über das Atom wissen wollen, aber bisher nicht zu fragen wagten”
    DGB Haus Bonn Endenicher str. 127
    weitere Infos: https://www.neureuters.de/

 

More Information

Climate change & nuclear power

An analysis of nuclear greenhouse gas emissions by Jan Willem Storm van Leeuwen, MSc / commissioned by the World Information Service on Energy (WISE)

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