Londoners have their say on Extinction Rebellion. Listen here.

Protesters on tube at Canning Town. Credit: Ben Gillespie.

Extinction Rebellion’s international movement, took over multiple cities across the globe for two weeks in October. Protests everywhere caused disruption and annoyance.

Events in London caused the biggest uproar. Activists climbed on tubes during rush hour, grounded flights at London City Airport, glued themselves to the BBC, and scaled Big Ben.

We spoke to the people of London to see if the tactics used by Extinction Rebellion were effective in getting their message out. 

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Words By: Eleanor Dalton

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