On November 20th, a group of over 70 activists with Last Generation Austria swarmed onto the A2 motorway into Vienna, poured non-toxic orange paint on the asphalt and glued their hands to the ground, demanding that the Austrian government take immediate action on the climate crisis.
Yesterday, five supporters of Just Stop Oil were met at the beginning of their march in the public square, Trafalgar, by 30 police officers. As the march began, they were arrested at a pedestrian crossing, during the green light.
600 Arrests in Four Weeks - Just Stop Oil campaign blows past major milestone in monumental climate campaign
Earlier today, a group of 14 people were arrested seconds after beginning a march from Trafalgar Square in London in support of Just Stop Oil’s demand of no new oil and gas.
Earlier this week famous Just Stop Oil supporter, Phoebe Plummer, was sentenced to 6 months for slow marching in London - calling for action from the UK Gov.
Earlier this morning, a group of about 40 people started marching from Trafalgar Square in London in support of Just Stop Oil’s demand that the UK government immediately halt all future licenses and consents for fossil fuel exploration in the UK.
Yesterday morning, five French citizens from the Les Insurgés and Dernier Rénovation collectives sprayed yellow paint on a portion of Place Charles-de-Gaulle, in Paris, disrupting traffic in the roundabout for several minutes. In the face of total annihilation, there have been many acts of resistance to the fossil-fueled regimes around the world.
This afternoon, members of Letzte Generation Austria rushed the ski slope at the World Cup of skiing in Austria. This was to be their second disruption of the event, their first being on Oct 29th. Five supporters were successful in disrupting the competition, unfurling banners and spreading eco-friendly paint across the snow.
Monday, JSO supporters led a march down Hendon Way in North London. Just Stop Oil has been holding peaceful marches in London, demanding the UK government to halt all new oil, gas, and coal projects.
Today, at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., Declare Emergency supporter Geor Green painted the words “Honor Them” next to the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment—the first regiment of African Americans to serve in the Civil War.