Food Autonomy Festival 2019

From chemical fertilizers for large-scale monocultures to farm machinery and food processing and transport, the industrial food system heavily relies on fossil fuels. The consequences cannot be ignored any longer: climate change, ecological crisis, destruction of livelihoods… We need to take action! This year ASEED Europe will be hosting the Read more…

‘Wir Haben Es Satt’ demonstration in Berlin, 19/1

On Saturday 19th of January activists from ‘Free the Soil’ and ‘Fossil-Free Agriculture’ joined the more than 30,000 demonstrators at the ‘Wir Haben Es Satt’ demonstration in Berlin, protesting against the so-called ‘Green Week’ agro-industry conference and calling for a just and sustainable food-system.

Action against Brunsbüttel LNG-terminal

Sunday the 8th of December at the christmas market in Kiel, activists from the TurboKlimaKampfGruppe Kiel spread awareness about the planned construction of the first German LNG (Liquid Natural Gas) Terminal in Brunsbüttel. With flyers, signs and a banner, they made the facts clear, that LNG is a “climate-killer” and Read more…

Action: Creatures from the earth rise up: “Stop Yara!”

This text was found on: Wednesday morning, November 28th, activists from the Fossil Free Agriculture campaign protested in front of the European Mineral Fertilizer Summit against the use of synthetic fertilizers and the influence of fertilizer companies on climate policies. This summit, which took place in a hotel in Read more…

Hambacher Forst: Solidarity with the anti-gas resistance in Brunsbüttel!

This post was found on: Solidarity with the anti-gas resistance in Brunsbüttel! In connection with the Global Gasdown-Frackdown action days last weekend, we wanted show our solidarity with the over 20 local initiatives and environmental organisations resisting the construction of the first German LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) import-terminal in Read more…

Open letter: Brunsbüttel rises against LNG Terminal

Plans of a new LNG Terminal to be built in the city of Brunsbüttel, have made local groups resist!
The plan is to open Brunsbüttel port up for bringing LNG – Liquefied Natural Gas – all the way from Qatar and the US. The local group states a claim to be included in the planing process and wants to work for an overall rejection of the plan of the LNG-terminal.

Free The Soil actively supports this local struggle in Northern Germany by having signed an open letter to the town hall of Brunsbüttel.


Thoughts on tactics during “Block G20”: Throwing stones shouldn’t be a default tactic

This text was found at: Thoughts on the use of different tactics during the direct mass action “Block G20”: Throwing stones shouldn’t be a default tactic Written by two anti-capitalist activists from Copenhagen. We think a discussion has been missing after the protests and actions in Hamburg during the G20. Read more…