Climate protests get creative for G7 summit – Times of India

FALMOUTH: Hundreds of individuals have gathered for climate change protests close to the positioning of the Group of Seven leaders’ summit in southwest England.
Ahead of the official begin of the three-day talks, some activists despatched a barge carrying inflatable caricatures of US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson floating off the coast of Cornwall on Friday. The figures had messages written on their fingers studying “Wave of Hope” and “Crack the Crises”. Later, round 500 individuals joined a rally in St Ives organized by the Extinction Rebellion local weather activism group. Protesters wore blue and inexperienced robes and headdresses whereas holding flags that learn “G7 drowning in promises” and “Action not words”.
Climate change is a high difficulty on the G-7 summit agenda, together with restoration from the coronavirus pandemic.
Dozens of younger individuals additionally joined a protest on behalf of Fridays for Future, a youth local weather motion kicked off in 2018 by activist Greta Thunberg.
“I’m inspired by the youth who are leading Fridays for Future. I think they are amazing, and if we have any hope, the hope is with them and not with our rich, greedy, lying leaders of the world meeting for the G-7,” mentioned Jill Eastland, 56, who joined the protest.

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