Reclaim Power - voices from the Camp for Climate Action 2006

Climate change is now a reality. Leading scientists across the world agree that we have less than 10 years to prevent a 2-3 degree rise in temperature that will lead to irreversible climatic changes with dramatic consequences for our planet. In a world driven by profit and committed to unlimited economic growth, humanity seems very unwilling to change the course of the fossil fuel economy.

In August 2006, the 5th hottest year recorded in recent history, 600 people convinced that there is no time to waste set up the Camp for Climate Action in the shadow of one of the biggest C02 emitters in Europe: Drax coal-fired power station in Yorkshire. The 10 day camp was a space for collective learning and sustainable living, culminating in a day of protest and mass direct action in an attempt to shut down Drax.

This one-hour documentary is an inspirational look back at the Camp for Climate Action 2006, a mobilising tool for this year's camp, and an educational film about the need for radical collective action on climate change.

DVD in English with subtitles in English, French, German and Spanish. Extras inlcude additional interviews, radios shows and action videos.

A cine rebelde film produced in cooperation with the Camp for Climate Action and Rising Tide. Licensed under Creative Commons.

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