Tag Archives: Extinction Rebellion

This morning/afternoon.

State Street Corporation, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

Members of Extinction Rebellion deliver  ‘Three Christmas gifts’  to the State Street Corporation on behalf of the oil, coal and gas industries and  “for the billions in State Street managed assets that enable these industries to destroy our planet”.



This afternoon.

Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Extinction Rebellion Ireland (XRI) and the Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) calling on Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed , to end ‘overfishing’ and avert ‘catastrophe in our seas’.

Lovely fishnets, in fairness.


This afternoon.

Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Hunger striking granny Patricia Devlin from Extinction Rebellion surrounded by tykes from Belvedre College and Loretto St Stephen’s Green, Dublin who skipped lunch to show solidarity with Patricia’s protest for ‘Climate Justice’

Tuesday: Not Eating For Two

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Stop that.

We’re all going to die.

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This afternoon.

Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Climate Change activist Patricia Devlin (holding a photo with her grandchildren) begins a hunger strike outside the gates of Dail Eireann to highlight ‘Government inaction on the climate and ecological emergency’ as part of another week-long series of ‘global action’ events  by Extinction Rebellion.

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This afternoon.

Outside Leinster House.

Members and supporters of Extinction Rebellion hold a protest in response to comments about climate change made by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at the launch of the government’s first progress report on its Climate Action Plan last Thursday.

Yesterday the Sunday Business Post reported that Mr Varadkar said:

“One thing that we definitely face as a result of climate change is warmer winters. We’re already experiencing warmer winters, and that actually means using less energy because it’s warmer and people need less heating, and it also means fewer deaths as a result of cold weather.

“It’s interesting that when you do look at those things, that there is a ledger, and there are benefits and there are downsides. The downsides outweigh the benefits but we need to be aware of them too.”


The group tweetz:

“… let’s take a look at Leo Varadkar’s ledger.”

Fewer deaths and warmer winters due to climate change: Varadkar (Aiden Corkery, Sunday Business Post)

Pic: Extinction Rebellion Ireland

This afternoon.

Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

Activists from Extinction Rebellion protest outside the Burlington Clayton Hotel who are hosting The Atlantic Ireland conference and Exhibition by the Irish Shelf Petroleum Study Group (ISPSG).

15 litres of fake blood was used to’ represent the blood on the hands of the oil corporations’.

Extinction Rebellion stage protest outside Dublin’s Clayton Hotel (RTÉ)

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This afternoon.

Leinster House, Dublin 2.

Ailbhe aged 1 and Fionn, aged 4, from Roscommon (outside the Dail) for an Extinction Rebellion Ireland protest who will stage a theatrical mock ‘trial’ of Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment set twenty years from now.

Hey, worked for Mao.

Earlier: Michael Taft: Making Climate Repair Affordable And Accessible

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This afternoon.

At Whitehall in London.

The UK’s Green Party co-leader Jon Bartley, who turns 48 today, and Guardian columnist George Monibot (top centre) were arrested during an Extinction Rebellion demonstration.

A video of Mr Bartley’s arrest can be watched here while the arrest of Mr Monibot can be watched here

Extinction Rebellion protests: Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley and climate activist George Monbiot arrested on Whitehall (Evening Standard)

Related: Today, I aim to get arrested. It is the only real power climate protesters have (George Monibot, The Guardian)

Ah here.

This afternoon.

Dublin 1.

‘Extinction Rebellion’ activists and protesters lie down on O’Connell Bridge during Day 6 of their week-long Climate Justice demonstrations across the capital.


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There’s always one.

Take him away.

In your own time, officer.

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