RM2A3G2KE–An Extinction Rebellion (XR) protester has his bag searched by police in Parliament Square, Westminster, London, as the climate change protest continued into a second day.
RF2CCT4XC–Extinction Rebellion members, dressed in clean suits, march toward Barclays in Balham, to protest the banks continued new investment in fossil fuels.
RM2A3F13T–Protesters look on as their fellow activists sit on George Street during the second day of the Rebellion Week protest.Climate change activism group Extinction Rebellion have amassed members in around seventy countries, and during their 'Rebellion Week' they planned to cause continued disruption to business and roads as a means to force government policy change when it comes to environmental and climate change issues. On this second day of the Rebellion Week, numerous individuals sought to cause disruptions in the Brisbane Central Business District.
RM2CFGYR8–London, UK. September 5th 2020. Extinction Rebellion protests continued in Westminister today. Police were present in large numbers which ensured the various demostrations were peaceful. Credit: Pete Abel/Alamy Live News
RM2AWCB2D–British Museum, London, 08th Feb 2020. In protest against the British Museum's continued sponsorship by oil giant BP, climate activists have organised a 'BP Must Fall' protest at the British Museum in London. BP sponsor a Trroy exhibition, and the protest is partly themed around this with a Trojan horse replica, Trojan 'soldiers' holding BP shields, Trojans in silver and gold outfits and the 'black brigade' in their long black gowns and painted faces, posing inside and outside the museum. Credit: Imageplotter/Alamy Live News
RM2A3X62K–Extinction Rebellion climate protestors continued their occupation of Trafalgar Square for a fourth day, with some super-gluing their hands to the road to block traffic. Police used a JCB with a cherry-picker to remove activists from a wooden tower which had been placed in the middle of a road.
RM2EP2K99–(10/18/2019) Activists sprayed red hands on government departments on Friday in London, as they continue their protest to urge the government to take action on the climate emergency. Nearly 1,800 Extinction Rebellion protesters have been arrested as of 2pm today, police said, as the group continued its protests in defiance of a police ban. (Photo by Laura Chiesa/Pacific Press/Sipa USA)
RM2C48XDF–London, UK. 25th June, 2020. Sounding the alarm with sirens to 'wake up' complacent businessmen and politicians to the continued use of oil, under the slogan Inaction=Death - Extinction Rebellion protest, outside the Treasury, responding to the Committee on Climate Change progress report ,which is out today and will apparently say that the Government is failing in its commitments to reach net zero emissions by 2050. Credit: Guy Bell/Alamy Live News
RMWJ4RBB–After showing support for 3 anti0fracking protesters attending Manchester Cuivil Justice Centre, they marched through the city streets and held a 'Die In' protest outside Barclays Building and Manchester City Council office in the Arndale centre. The march continued through the narrow streets of the Northern Quarter.
RM2A3F63C–Berlin, Germany. 08th Oct, 2019. Activists of the climate movement Extinction Rebellion have built wooden honeycombs on an intersection at Potsdamer Platz. On Tuesday morning the police continued the evacuation of the climate protests of Extinction Rebellion at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin. Credit: Paul Zinken/dpa/Alamy Live News
RM2A57CN7–London, UK. 18th Oct, 2019. Activists sprayed red hands on government departments on Friday in London, as they continue their protest to urge the government to take action on the climate emergency. Nearly 1,800 Extinction Rebellion protesters have been arrested as of 2pm today, police said, as the group continued its protests in defiance of a police ban. (Photo by Laura Chiesa/Pacific Press) Credit: Pacific Press Agency/Alamy Live News
RM2AKTN0Y–January 10, 2020: Running continuous with the weekly protests, Fridays for Future participants carried out a silent protest action at the Siemens Headquarters in Munich, Germany. Siemens has recently come under fire for its partnership with the Adani Carmichael coal mine project in Australia. While some 61 firms have rejected working with Adani, Siemens has continued work to build the mine's rail switching systems, but has said it will make a final decision 'within days''. Critics point to the raging wildfires and now the building of a coal mine as a policy failure for reduction of gre