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 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.
The Last Generation - Austria, spilled orange warning paint on the stairs of the University of Vienna at the Schottentor. Press spokeswoman Marina Hagen-Canaval says, “Cogito ergo protest – the scientific consensus must lead to action, now, before it is too late.”
On October 16th, students at six universities across Germany threw paint over their universities’ iconic architecture, in a call for students and professors to join them in the streets. This is in conjunction with the same type of actions being carried out Just Stop Oil in the UK, where 11 universities were called out last week.
Just Stop Oil Continue Paint Colleges Orange, supporters paint 11 colleges total in call for Academia to join them in Novermber.
Just Stop Oil took action for the 4th day in a row, Thursday morning, redecorating the iconic architecture of the United Kingdom’s academic institutions with orange paint in protest to the climate catastrophe.
or the 3rd day in a row, Just Stop Oil have painted the prestigious England Universities Orange in a clarion call to get students and professors to join the movement in the streets this November. Today’s target is the first time they’ve revisited a school, Exeter, which yesterday was highlighted as one of the worst.