Extinction Rebellion

  1. The Prince and The Planet - why action is needed now

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    Video caption: Prince Charles takes us on a stroll through a garden he created for his grandson.

    The BBC’s Climate Editor, Justin Rowlatt, is given rare access to one of Prince Charles' favourite places. It's an arboretum in Aberdeenshire, which he's created for his grandson.

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    Video caption: Extinction Rebellion protesters have erected a structure in the centre of Oxford Circus
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    Video caption: London protests: Demonstrations move through the city

    Protests have been taking place in London, against lockdown, climate change and more.

  4. Saturday: A day of climate campaigns

    Charley Adams

    BBC News Online

    Paddle-out

    The second day of the G7 summit saw an array of protests, dominated by environmental messages.

    It kicked off with a paddle-out protest declaring an ocean and climate emergency.

    Organisers say about 1,000 people took to the water on paddleboards, kayaks and surfboards at Gyllyngvase beach in Falmouth at midday.

    Campaigners say they never expected such a large turnout.

    Protesters

    Thousands of Extinction Rebellion campaigners marched through Falmouth on Saturday in a bid to highlight the threat to seas and wildlife unless more decisive action is not taken to combat climate change.

    Caricatures of world leaders stood on the street as campaigners passed by with chants of "G7 drowning in promises" and "action not words".

    Extinction Rebellion campaigners

    In the evening, while world leaders enjoyed a barbecue on the beach, Ocean Rebellion projected slogans on to a ship housing hundreds of police officers drafted in for the summit.

    Police were on scene in Falmouth Harbour at the protest involving a flotilla of boats.

    World leaders sunbathing

    World leaders were also spotted sunbathing in another climate change protest at Swanpool Beach near Falmouth on Saturday.

    Oxfam activists wearing papier mache heads were calling for the world leaders, currently in Cornwall, to commit to cutting emissions and to provide more financial help to vulnerable countries trying to respond to the impacts of climate change.

  5. Environmental protests for 'grandchildren's future'

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    Image caption: An Extinction Rebellion protest is taking place in St Ives

    Environmental activists asking for immediate action from the G7 leaders are campaigning in Cornwall.

    An Extinction Rebellion protest has gained momentum this morning in St Ives.

    It is estimated a few hundred protesters have gathered in the field above the town's leisure centre.

    The protesters plan to march into the town centre.

    Penny Kent
    Image caption: Penny Kent travelled from Stroud to protest in St Ives

    Penny Kent, who has traveled from Stroud to take part in the protest, says she is worried for her grandchildren's future.

    She queued to get to the protest site from her accommodation between St Ives and Falmouth.

    She tells the BBC she wants action from the G7 leaders "immediately".

    Protesters
    Image caption: It is estimated a few hundred people have turned up to protest