We're taking the UK Government to court over its reckless plans to expand Heathrow Airport. Join us!

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Following the Government's commitment to reviewing its climate targets the courts have refused us a full hearing on this case. There will be a full trial of Heathrow expansion, starting 11 March 2019, also involving the London Mayor, Friends of the Earth and others.

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People all over the world are now heading to court to hold governments and corporates to account for Climate Change. As part of this global movement Plan B is challenging the UK Government's plans to increase aviation, the most polluting form of transport.

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Plan B is supporting the emergence of a networked, international movement of legal action to prevent catastrophic climate change. ​If you would like to work in co-operation with Plan B or to volunteer your skills or time in some other way please get in touch.

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Plan B in the news

Government tells Plan B it may review Heathrow plans

A senior civil servant at the Department of Transport has written to Plan B to say the Government may now review plans to expand Heathrow Airport. Following Parliament’s recognition...

Jury finds climate protestors NOT GUILTY

On 9 May, at Southwark Crown Court, a jury found two Extinction Rebellion activists, Roger Hallam and David Durant not guilty of causing criminal damage. Roger and David admitted...

Plan B file appeal on Heathrow judgement

Today Plan B filed an appeal against the Heathrow judgement. You can read our skeleton argument here: Court of Appeal, Skeleton Argument