Climate Camp Against Nukes

Climate Camp Against Nukes

organised by IPPNW, Netzwerk Friedenskooperative and ICAN Germany, July 3-7 in Nörvenich

► Zukunftscamp für atomare Abrüstung und Klima-Aktion (DE)

Zukunftscamp für atomare Abrütung und Klima-Aktion / Climate Camp against NukesDue to construction work at the Büchel nuclear base, the tactical air force squadron 33 – which is trained to use the nuclear weapons deployed in Büchel – has been temporarily moved to the Bundeswehr base in Nörvenich. For this reason, the action days will be held in Nörvenich from July 3 to 7, 2024.

► Download our flyer (in German, 2023)

The Camp

How will the camp work? What could the ideal week on vacation look like? Maybe camping with friends in the countryside; eating well, water and electricity (self-sufficient) provided. Add to this a really interesting cultural programme where we learn from each other, work creatively on a world without nuclear weapons and simply have a great time.

Getting there

How do I get there? Our camp will take place this year in Düren, west of Cologne, between die Airbase Nörvenich and Hambacher Forst. We will set up camp in a meadow at the Düren-Birkesdorf chuch community centre. Here you can find the address and directions for bicycle, public transport and car.

 

Why do we need a Climate Camp against Nukes?

 

Registration

Why register at all? In order to plan our action camp, it is important to know in advance how many people are coming. We don’t want to organise too many…

Programme

The programme this year will be hands-on and creative, open to the public, intellectually interesting, musical and much more.

 

Let’s meet together and fight for:

► the mandatory inclusion of military and arms industry CO2 emissions in UN climate reports.

► no deployment of nuclear bombs: withdrawal instead of rearmament!

► to recognise the suffering of survivors and environmental destruction caused by nuclear weapons use, testing and production, as well as assistance to survivors and environmental remediation

► climate finance for countries of the Global South (including loss and damage)

► Germany to accede to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.

► to implement socially just energy and transport transition instead of new fossil fuel infrastructure.

 

Looking forward to seeing you!