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shado x Paid to Pollute present: The Case Against Public Money For Oil and Gas

Monday 6th December, 6.30pm, Peckham

Date and Time: Monday 6th December, 6.30pm

Location: Peckham Riviera. 4-5 Dovedale Trading Estate, London, England, SE15 4QN

Billions of pounds of public money have been wasted propping up the oil and gas industry. We’re taking the Government to court to stop payments for big polluters #PaidToPollute.

shado is teaming up with Paid to Pollute to host an evening of conversation around the public case against the UK government, which is being brought by three climate activists: Mikaela Loach, Kairin van Sweeden and Jeremy Cox. 

Register for tickets HERE

On the week the Paid To Pollute case appears in the High Court, join the claimants in the legal challenge and supporting organisations as they discuss the upcoming trial, what happens next and ways you can get involved to support the fight to end polluter payouts for oil and gas companies.

The event comes the day before the public rally – find out more info on this here.

COVID-19 requirements: Please bring proof of a negative lateral flow test to the venue. All attendees will also be encouraged to wear face masks except in cases of exemption. If you are unable to take lateral flow tests we will provide free tests on the door to take before entering. . 

About shado: shado is a community focused on self-narration which uses storytelling, arts and activism to unite people around social change.

About Paid to Pollute: The Paid to Pollute campaign brings together UK, Scottish and international organisations seeking accountability for UK government support for the oil and gas industry. The campaign is coordinated by the not-for-profit initiative Uplift and supporters include Oil Change International, Greenpeace UK, Friends of the Earth Scotland, http://350.org, Platform London, Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland, UK Student Climate Network, Fridays For Future Scotland, Parents For Future, Mothers Rise Up, Extinction Rebellion, Operation Noah and the Robin Hood Tax. https://paidtopollute.org.uk/

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