Reclaim the Power is ready to fight fracking on the ground – whatever the industry is up to, we have our own plans to resist them.

Read our full statement on Cuadrilla’s moves to begin fracking in Lancashire.
This year, we’ll be continuing to mobilise and train hundreds of people to take action to resist fracking – large numbers have already indicated they are prepared to join us. We will also be working with other groups to organise direct action supporting the communities protecting fracking sites, plus gearing up for our own set of actions around the country at a crucial moment this Spring.
We will show a united front against fracking across the UK; we can stop this destructive industry before it gets started.

Get Involved

Direct action gets the goods. Throughout history it has been a fundamental part of fights for social justice and change. When other means fail, it’s up to us to stand up and take action.
Join us by coming along to trainings and events touring the country in the coming months. We’ll be running a ‘mobilisation tour’ from 23 February to 3 March, to get more communities organised and, later, a series of trainings in how to lead your own direct action against the industry’s plans.
The resistance to fracking is far from over - we have succeeded in delaying it for the past 5 years - but we’re playing a different game now. People are gearing up and we’re ready to fight.

Keep your eyes peeled for more information and sign up to be kept in the loop.

About Reclaim the Power

Reclaim the Power is a UK-based direct action network fighting for social, environmental and economic justice. We aim to build a broad based movement, working in solidarity with frontline communities to effectively confront environmentally-destructive industries and the social and economic forces driving climate change.
We’ve been working to oppose fracking since 2013 when we organised mass action at Balcombe. Since then, we’ve hosted anti-fracking action camps in Blackpool and Didcot, and taken countless actions to expose and resist the industry.