On 3 December there will be a march/rally for climate justice in London, to coincide with the Durban climate talks (see http://www.campaigncc.org/standupforclimatejustice). As the government and the nuclear industry have been partly successful in selling power as low carbon and a solution to climate change (and people like George Monbiot bought it), it could be a good idea to organise a powerful presence at the Climate Justice March, to bring our argument to the attention of those fighting against climate change.
I think we would need to produce a special flier for that, outlining our arguments why nuclear power is not the solution to climate change. And also it would be good if we would mobilise ourselves, with a specific call for the Climate Justice march which makes the links between nuclear power and climate change.
If we could manage a strong presence, and not just a dozen or so of us, then this could bring our demands to the attention also of the more mainstream climate change organisations, such as the Campaign Against Climate Change, which so far don't have a position on nuclear power (partly because of the influence of Monbiot and others).
It could be an idea to join forces with Rising Tide UK (who have supported the blockade on 3 October, but are not (yet) a member of the Stop New Nuclear alliance.
What do people think?