The BBC report that the number of protests about corporations' environmental practices have grown over the last few days. The protest first started with an interesting mix of anarchists and treehuggers at Heathrow airport and now other places have been targeted.

The BBC report that the number of protests about corporations’ environmental practices have grown over the last few days. The protest first started with an interesting mix of anarchists and treehuggers at Heathrow airport and now other places have been targeted. The BBC reports:

Five people blocked the main gate at Sizewell B nuclear power station in Suffolk after locking their arms inside barrels of concrete. A dozen protesters superglued their hands to entrance doors at oil firm BP’s headquarters in central London. Campaigners dressed as “red herrings” protested at the offices of carbon offset firms Climate Care in Oxford and the Carbon Neutral Company in London. A group invaded the London offices of Bridgepoint Capital, a private equity firm who are behind the expansion of Leeds-Bradford Airport.

BBC NEWS | UK | Climate protests target UK firms

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