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South Coast Climate Camp have pitched up in the grounds of a disused school in Lewes, just outside Brighton. At the time of writing, an estimated 100 or so people were at the week-long camp, which has the pleasant air of a family friendly village fete without the beer tent.

There’s a full schedule of workshops all week on various direct action techniques, guerilla gardening and talks and discussions. In terms of action, there’s a few local targets that might want to watch their gates this week: incinerators, an oil-drilling operation and a proposed bio-diesel power station in particular.

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