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Climate activists glue hands to Vincent van Gogh's paintings, other works of art in Britain

UK climate change activists are in three separate cases this week about UK environmental policy.

Proponents say the demo took place Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at galleries in Glasgow, London and Manchester, targeting the work of Horatio McCulloch, Van Gogh and JMW Turner.

Group JustStop Oil-approved and organized stunts tell world leaders not to take meaningful action against climate change at this week's G7 summit in Germany I came because I warned you.

On Wednesday, group members were obsessed with McCarrock's "My Hearts in the Highlands" at the Kelvingrove Art Museum and Museum in Scotland. According toSTVNews.

Protesters also sprayed the climate group logo on the walls and floor of the gallery with orange paint. According to reports, three women and two men were arrested.

London's Courtauld Gallery said it closed for the remainder of the day after the climate activists glued their hands to the famous van Gogh painting
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The next day, a man and a woman glued to Van Gogh Just According to a video shared by Van Gogh, he confronted the police in 1889 by drawing a "flower peach tree".

"The directors of the arts institution must ask the government to stop all new oil and gas projects immediately," 21 years old in astatement on the group's website. Louis McKechnie of. "We are resisting or colluding." 

"Millionaires are getting richer and richer all over the world while nurses line up in the food bank." Tens of millions of people are hungry and half of the world's population is at extreme risk from heat waves, floods, fires and famine, "emily Brocklebank, 24.

UK climate activists glue hands to Vincent van Gogh painting at London museum London's Courtauld Gallery said it closed for the remainder of the day after the climate activists glued their hands to the famous van Gogh painting
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Politicians and fossil fuel companies have different views ..

And on Friday, the group said two other supporters had moved into the frame of Turner's "Thomson's Aeolian Harp" at Manchester Art Gallery.

The artistic protest campaign followed a series of turmoil in a football match, followed by a major blockade that drew attention to the cause of the group and disrupted oil transport in England.