SEVERE WEATHER WARNING!
With parts of the UK currently submerged due to floods, we are feeling the effects of the Climate and Ecological catastrophe already. On the 5th day of the Election Rebellion we will deliver ‘severe weather warning’ actions across the UK to highlight that the climate crisis causes floods, rising sea levels and coastal erosion.
—- Events across the UK —-
What will your local group do to show the UKs vulnerability to flooding, coastal erosion and sea level rise ? This issue mean different things to different communities, this is an issue that threatens us all.
There’s many projects planned , from future weather warnings to flood clean ups , Light house towers, to snorkel wearing underwater underground experiences… —–
UNDER WATER UNDERGROUND!
Join for a 2030 underwater trip across London on the flooded central line.
Bring snorkels, flippers and bubbles.
We will deliver weather warning message loud and clear!
TO JOIN –
LOCATION 1: 2.00PM til 3.00PM Shepherds Bush. We will then travel along the central line.
LOCATION 2: 3.45 – 4.00 Outside M&S – Westfield Stratford City Station at.
GRAND FINALE: Oxford circus at 5.00, with a severe weather warning forecast from a special guest !
BE THE LIGHTHOUSE
The last Question Time before the General Election is being filmed in Hull on Thursday 5th December and will be broadcast nationally.
Hull and the surrounding areas will be amongst the worst affected in the UK by rising sea levels and more frequent extreme weather events, such as storm surges and flash flooding. Yes, the sea levels are rising… but so are we!
And now for the weather in Weymouth…
DELIVER THE WEATHER WARNING WHERE YOU ARE:
SEVERE WEATHER WARNING FORECAST RESOURCES HERE:
Fancy some UK wide climate emergency street theatre? Get your finest weather presenter outfit, Print a map A1, and deliver the severe weather warning in your area. Don't forget to livestream the event and share to this page.
Although flooding and coastal erosion means different things to different communities, this is an issue that we are all vulnerable to.
The sea is rising, and so are we.
Starts at: 2019-12-05 15:00:00
Ends at: 2019-12-05 18:00:00