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Madrid has eco- activists glue themselves to paintings by Francisco José de Goya (video)

The protesters belong to the Futuro Vegetal movement and oppose climate change and biodiversity loss.

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Eco-activists glued themselves to two paintings by Spanish artist Francisco José de Goya in Madrid. Digi24 writes about it.

Unidentified girls glued themselves to the frames of paintings by the artist of the era of Romanticism and Rococo in the capital of Spain in protest against climate change and global warming. The paintings “Mach naked” and “Mach dressed” fell under the scope. Between them, the activists wrote “+1.5 °C”. The paintings themselves remained unscathed.

The choice of the protesters was not in vain, because the international community calls on the world to limit global warming to one and a half degrees Celsius. Such a temperature is comparable to the pre-industrial era, its non-observance will lead to irreversible consequences in the life of the planet.

As you know, the eco-activists were detained by the local police. They will be given an appropriate punishment.

The unidentified individuals identified themselves as belonging to Futuro Vegetal (“Vegetable Future”), a movement associated with Extinction Rebellion Spain that opposes climate change and the loss of biodiversity.

Recently, eco-activists are increasingly organizing public performances calling for attention to climate change and stopping the increase in oil production. In particular, the protesters tried to spoil the paintings of Claude Monet, Van Gogh and threw the cake at the wax figure of King Charles III of Great Britain in the London Museum.