Police have blocked climate protesters from accessing the M8 highway once they targeted major companies in Glasgow.

About two hundred Extinction Rebellion activists protested outside investment bankers JP Morgan on Waterloo Street before moving to Scottish Power.

Officers then closed St Vincent Street at Charing Cross.

The protest befell simply over a mile from wherever world leaders have gathered for the United Nation’s climate summit, COP26.
The cluster Saturday down on St Vincent Street in an exceedingly peaceful protest, however were barred access to a bridge over the M8 as they headed towards the Clyde Arc, getting ready to the conference venue, in the course of police.
The closure meant some traffic was blocked from accessing the highway.

Greenpeace ship Rainbow mortal has currently left the river Clyde once mooring nightlong at King King of Great Britain docks in Shieldhall, downstream from the summit venue.

The Erskine Bridge was closed simply once 16:00 as the Rainbow mortal passed beneath, reopening once ten minutes.

It is the second time in 2 days the bridge has been closed for “public safety” to permit the ship through.

The second full day of the conference saw variety of demonstrations in each city and capital.

Extinction Rebellion initially protested outside JP Morgan as they require the corporate to prevent funding fuel comes. JP Morgan declined to touch upon the protest.

An earlier demo took place outside the financier’s capital centre. The cluster unfurled banners and employees were handed leaflets as they arrived for work.

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