Transport/Hebergement/Bouffe à Copenhague

Les bons plans pour trouver des transports pour Copenhague, hébergement, bouffe, ce qu'il faut emmener (ou pas)

Transport

  • Train avec les Amis de la Terre pour participer à la grande marche organisée à Copenhague le 12 décembre, de 10h à 13h.
    • Départ vendredi 11 décembre de Paris vers 09h du matin, changement à Bruxelles, retour lundi 14 décembre à 08h du matin.
    • Renseignements supplémentaires connus : 150 euros le trajet complet, ce serait un train de 200 places. Un hébergement sommaire est compris dans le tarif.
    • Demandez les renseignements à Hannah (mail: hannah.mowat@amisdelaterre.org Tél: +33 (0)1 48 51 18 94) des Amis de la Terre-Montreuil : Les Amis de la Terre 2B Rue Jules Ferry 93100 Montreuil.
    • La date limite d’inscription ne doit pas être très éloignée du 18 septembre.
  • Zero Carbon Caravan 14th August The caravan will start from Climate Camp Cymru, protesting against the Ffos y Fran Open Cast Coal Mine, and also demonstrating sustainable solutions, with workshops on sustainable living, all organised according to consensus based decision making. It will continue towards Copenhagen aiming a showing that “it is perfectly possible to have a zero carbon lifestyle, and that it’s fun, by getting to the talks without fossil fuels, visiting inspiring places like the Centre for Alternative Technology and holding zero carbon conferences, festivals and concerts on the way.” zerocarboncaravan.net
  • en bateau Klimapiraten Trainingslager am Meer! Vom 28. August bis 1. September http://www.klimapiraten.net/
  • „From Trade to Climate Caravan“ Protests and Actions around and between the 7th WTO-Ministerial in Geneva and the COP15 in Copenhagen. The caravan will leave Geneva on Dec 3rd and reach Copenhagen Dec 9th. Please get in touch with Olivier de Marcellus (elviejo@greenmail.ch) or Jurgen Kraus (havaria@gmx.de) for further information and if there are any questions
  • Benka va se balader avec son sac à dos en Scandinavie à partir de la mi-octobre pour faire des reportages avant la COP15. avenirclimat.info
  • Kim arrive en vélo d’Australie. Il attends du monde pour le supporter et faire un bout de route avec lui. http://rideplanetearth.org/
  • Sara et Paulina feront la route depuis Barcelone et la réunion de préparation de l’ONU jusqu’à la COP15. http://100dayscampaign.wordpress.com/
  • Les désobéissants pourraient affréter un car au départ de Paris. A confirmer. (benka : bus pour la manifs du 12/12 ?)

Renseignements :

Hébergements

  • Pour se faire héberger sur place chez des volontaires. A non-profit initiative mobilizing private housing for climate guests during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15) in Denmark from December 7th to 18th, 2009. http://www.newlifecopenhagen.com/
  • Couchsurfing, groupe spécial pour la COP15 : http://www.couchsurfing.org/group.html?gid=18264
  • http://www.climatecollective.org/en/start/ travail avec d’autres organisation (klimaforum ? CJA ?) pour des hébergements de types gymnases ou écoles. A priori, situé au Nord de la ville, à l’opposé du centre de conférence.
  • Accommodation tends to be pretty scarce in Copenhagen – forget about trying to get a place in a hostel or hotel, pretty much all the accommodation has been booked up well in advance. It is possible to try and book private accommodation, try looking at http://en.housing.cop15.dk/search.aspx
  • Une force spéciale de police a été créé pour vider les squats, pas sur que cet option soit donc possible pour l’hébergement.
    A guide in how to rent a flat in Copenhagen

Some people have asked us if we can sort out something with a flat, a house or some sort of accommodation for activists coming to Copenhagen before December, to live.
At a meeting the Climate Collective decided that we do not have the resources, neither financial, nor activist-hands, to offer anyone to find or rent a place, but we wanted to make it easier for those of you who want to come to Copenhagen before December or want to stay after.
This I not a guide of where you can squat or which , collective or social center can house you, but it’s a guide for those of you who want to have a private, rented place to live.

Keep in mind that it is probably not worthwhile looking for a place to rent if you’re planning on only staying here for a couple of weeks more (if so, please go to the button of the text and it’ll be explained what you can do then), but if you’re actually planning on living here for some time.

One way to find a flat in Copenhagen is to check out the various websites offering flats and houses. Most of them are in Danish, but google translate could help you out, if you don’t understand Danish.

Here is some of the websites:

www.bolighit.dk/lejelejlighed.aspx
www.boligstedet.dk/boligannoncer/lejele...
www.bolig1.dk/lejebolig.aspx
www.boliga.dk/bolignyt/se-de-billigste-...
www.boligportal.dk/lejebolig/soeg_leje_...
lejdinbolig.nu/index.php?action=about_projects
www.dba.dk/asp/Soegning/soegning.asp?Ru...

here’s a small phrase book on some keys words when looking for a place to live:

leje = rent (not the rent you pay, but that it is for rent)
husleje = the rent you pay
bolig = a way of saying a place to live. A bit like home.
Lejlighed = a flat
Hus = house
Værelse/værelser = room/rooms
Kvadratmeter or kvm =square meters
Udlejning = rental
Udlejningsform = way of renting

A direction guide and map of Denmark:
www.krak.dk/kort/

Another way to find a place to live in Copenhagen, that many students coming from abroad to study in Copenhagen, is to ask out for a lace to crash for about a week, get here and have someone living in Copenhagen help you finding a place. When we discussed it at a meeting, a person who have moved to Copenhagen from south of Europe to study said that this way have turned out to work very well for him and his fellow students.
In case you choose to do so, or in general have questions concerning accommodation or other logistical issues feel free to contact us at

logistics.cop15@gmail.com

if you’re staying here for just a couple of weeks more, than the actual summit and you want to stay with local Danish activists and not to go through the general public sign-up, New Life CPH (NLC is a group of artists with a goal of hosting at least 5000 activists, coming for COP15, through average Danish familiesconcerned about the climate), you are asked to use the following email-address.

privateaccommodation.cop15@gmail.com

Please send us an e-mail, containing name, how many you would like to stay together (if you don’t mind staying individually, please send us individual mails), how long you think you want to stay, the duration of your stay and contact information. You will then receive a mail with contact info of your host a few weeks before the COP15, so you can do the actual arranging yourself.

Please note, that the Danish activists can provide sleeping opportunity for only a limited number of guests. Obviously we cannot ourselves host all of you. So if you don’t mind sleeping at one of the Danish families that New Life Copenhagen have found, we kindly ask you to go for this option.

If you’re just coming for the summit you can either sign up for New Life Copenhagen at their website
www.newlifecopenhagen.com/index_lofi.ph...
at People Climate Actions website or hold your horses until we know more.

We are looking forward to see you
Climate Collective logistics group.

Restauration

lu sur la liste cc-international@lists.riseup.net en septembre :

  • “people’s kitchens will be set up on central spots in copenhagen. we will have to ask for donations, around 20DK (2-3 euro/£1.80-£2.80) per meal.”
  • “the price level in denmark is generally high, if you buy a sandwich in a normal sandwich bar, calculate about 30-60DK (5-9 euros/£4-8)”

Frontières et droits

lu sur la liste cc-international@lists.riseup.net en septembre :
" with borders, be aware that german police can stop people for carrying things through germany that are illegal in germany without them being illegal in denmark. for example i believe any equipment for defence from the police or for masking up. i am recalling this from memory – needs more research" for legal info see: http://blackcross.dk/

Si vous venez en bus Eurolines depuis/vers Paris, vous serez certainement contrôlés par la police ou les douanes (histoire vécu…).

Ce qu’il faut emmener

DO bring:

  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping mattress
  • Pillow
  • EHIC card (European Health Insurance Card)
  • Passport
  • Photocopy of passport (most European countries insist on you carrying around ID with you at all times, although this is rarely enforced, but useful all the same in case you lose your passport or if it is stolen)
  • Adaptor plug (2 round pins NOT 2 straight pins)
  • Danish Krone (approx. 8.4 Krone to the pound)
  • Euros (in case you want to buy and food/drink en route through France/Germany)
  • Mobile phone with plenty of credit (+45 for Danish numbers)
  • Torch (with spare batteries)
  • 1st aid kit + painkillers if necessary (in some European countries it is hard to get Paracetamol/Ibuprofen anywhere other than pharmacies
  • Any medication you need (it can often be difficult to get medication abroad)
  • Waterproofs clothe / jacket
  • Plenty of warm clothes (pensez aux gants, bonnets, écharpes, chaussettes), la température sera autour de 0°C, il fera jour de 9h à 16h environ
  • Flask
  • Loo roll for the coaches (you’ll know why if you have any experience of coach toilets!)
  • Plenty of enthusiasm

DON’T bring:

  • Conspicuous equipment for direct action (border searches on coaches are usually fairly thorough and you don’t want to jeopardise your chances of getting into the country. On trains this is less of an issue as luggage checks are restricted to the Eurostar)
  • Knives or bladed objects other than razors (again you don’t want to give the Danish authorities any reason to not let you in!)
  • Drugs (it may seem obvious, but its really not worth it)

Voir la page du camp climat anglais sur la logistique de Copenhague