Not everyone has the pluck to participate in civil disobedience for the climate and biodiversity crisis. Every rebel who sacrifices their liberty deserves the support of people who can't go to the front-line. If you fly, here is an opportunity. Fly bad. Do good.
When you Rebel Offset your flight, you contribute to a fund that may help pay the fines of approved climate Rebels.
<< Keri and Guy talk about the Rebel Offset service.
Step 1: Calculate how many hours you were in the air and select the payapal button.
(Note: If two people flying, just double the flight hours. If three people flying, triple it... and so on. Don't forget to offset the return flight. You might like to consider Rebel Offsetting all your previous flights, too.)
Step 2: Pay the Rebel Offset fee by credit card or paypal account.
Step 3: Talk to your friends & family about the climate & biodiversity emergency. Learn about Extinction Rebellion here: https://rebellion.earth and participate.
How is this service priced? Rebel Offset fee is US$5 for the first hour in the air and US$1 per hour, thereafter - 14 hours = US$18.00.
Under the watchful eye of the police, the Red Rebels gather, preparing for their next artistic endeavor on the streets.
At a Sit-In the Red Rebels form a thin red line that separates the Extinction Rebellion Activists from the rest.
A brave young female rebel calmly allows herself to be arrested by police for blocking roads in protest of climate change.
The cheeky rebels snuck a blue boat into the center of the city and used it as a prop to disturb business as usual.
At a city protest, Rebels gather with their bright flags billowing in the breeze - an impressive sight, indeed.
The iconic photo of police flanking the pink boat from the April 2019 rebellion in London.