Paris — 12 December, 2015:

Mass Mobilisation +
Civil Disobedience Action

Join us in Paris for a mass mobilisation and the largest civil disobedience action on climate change in Europe. If governments won’t stand up for us, we will stand for ourselves. We are the ones we have been waiting for.

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As the Paris Climate Summit wraps up, thousands of people will be back in the streets to have the final word.


Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be part of one of those days that changes everything? Have you ever experienced what determined people power can do?

No matter what happens during the summit, we’re preparing for bold actions and mass mobilisations on December 12th. Two weeks after the big march on November 29th, join us back in the streets. We’re taking our future into our own hands, and setting the stage for more action in 2016.

Governments don’t lead movements — people do. Join us.

The plan:


We want to have the last word as the climate talks conclude. And we’ll get it by speaking in the language of movements: by putting tens of thousands of people into the streets of Paris, and making sure business as usual cannot proceed as long as world governments fail to do what’s needed.

This will be a day of mass mobilization and actions in the streets. We will take to the streets of Paris with our determination, our diversity and our creativity; to resist and to build. Our movement is here to last, and it will be shaped by every one of us. Everything we do, we will do together.

The Paris moment will be defined not by what happens in the negotiating halls, but in the streets of Paris and around the world. Politicians aren’t the only ones with power. If enough people agree that it’s time for the world to move in a new direction, and push together, the world will begin to move.

December 12th plans are still developing. We’ll be in touch as details come together, so sign up now to stay up to date.


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What is the Climate Summit in Paris?

2015 is on track to be the hottest year in recorded history, and this December hundreds of world governments will meet in Paris to try to strike a global climate agreement. It will be the biggest gathering of its kind since 2009, and it’s a big moment for the global climate movement.

So far, however, commitments from world governments just aren’t adding up. This has the makings of a global failure of ambition — and at a moment when renewable energy is becoming a revolutionary economic force that could power a just transition away from fossil fuels.

On the other hand, this could be a turning point — a shift in power away from the industries causing the climate crisis and toward people fighting for climate justice.

But only if we push for it.

Why take action at the end of the summit?

This is not the only mass mobilization happening during the COP. All sorts of marches, actions and activities will be happening over the course of the climate talks, but this one is special — it will show that the climate movement is marching forward, no matter what our leaders have accomplished at the talks. The last word on climate change will not belong to politicians, but to us.

What are the legal implications of joining these actions?

We know that taking action involves taking risks. But with climate change, the stakes couldn’t be higher: our governments have waited too long while climate disaster is at our doorstep. We will keep you updated if there are any legal risks involved with the actions planned for 12 December.

Who is coordinating all this? is part of the Coalition Climat 21 (CC21), a French coalition comprised of over a hundred organisations and movements, that is coordinating the mass mobilisation on 12th December. The CC21 is a diverse group ranging from trade unions to environmental organisations, faith groups to youth groups, feminist movements to economic justice movements, and more. They have come together because they know if we don’t act together for climate, nobody else will. Check the full list of organizations here.

Travel and Accommodation

350 is not able to support you for travel or accommodation. We invite you to book  both soon.  Here are a few ideas for cheap/group transport if you are in Europe. In terms of accommodation, in order to organise with our partners from the Coalition 21, we invite you to complete this survey. There is also more information on the Coalition website . Thanks a lot!