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  • Place of origin:

    Great Britain (printed and published)

  • Date:

    2007 (printed and published)

  • Credit Line:

    Given by Sophie Allain

  • Museum number:


  • Gallery location:

    Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C, case GG, shelf 160

In August 2007, the campaign group Climate Change set up a Camp for Climate Action at Heathrow Airport. The camp was a mass gathering of environmental activists who opposed plans for the airport's extension. Protestors claimed that the growth of air travel was a major factor in greenhouse gas emmisions. Climate Change produced a witty series of leaflets and stickers advertising the camp and its aims. They based their designs on the familiar visual graphics associated with air travel, such as this inflight safety card which provides instructions for how to protest against the damaging consequences of flying. Climate Camp was a major logistical operation and represented a new wave of climate action protest which was both large scale and organised.

Physical description

printed card in red yellow and black ink, mimicking an inflight airsafety card with illustrations explaining the environmental consequencesof air travel and how to take collective action at Camp for Climate Action.

Place of Origin

Great Britain (printed and published)


2007 (printed and published)

Marks and inscriptions

CLIMATE CAMP/ 8 Days of Low Impact Living and High Impact Action

HEATHROW/ Camp for Climate Action 14 - 21 August 2007


Height: 24 cm, Width: 17 cm

Descriptive line

Flyer for Climate Camp at Heathrow; Great Britain, August 2007




Ink jet printing


Prints; Environment; Politics; Transport; Climate change


Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection

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