Climate change protest causes rush hour misery at Adelaide intersection

Climate change protest causes rush hour misery for hundreds of commuters after protesters block a major road

  • Climate change activists have caused more misery for motorists in Adelaide
  • Protesters campaigned for sea level rises while blocking traffic
  • The capital of South Australia reached 20,000 people during Friday's protests
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Climate change activists have caused more misery for motorists after blocking a busy intersection during Monday morning rush hour.

The small group of protesters, worried about rising sea levels, blocked traffic at the West Terrace and Sir Donald Bradman Drive intersection in Adelaide.

No arrests or major incidents have been reported, but the police have remained on site to monitor the situation.

Climate change activists have caused more misery for motorists after blocking a busy intersection in Adelaide during Monday morning rush hour

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Climate change activists have caused more misery for motorists after blocking a busy intersection in Adelaide during Monday morning rush hour

The small group of protesters, concerned about rising sea levels, blocked traffic at the intersection of West Terrace and Sir Donald Bradman Drive

The small group of protesters, concerned about rising sea levels, blocked traffic at the intersection of West Terrace and Sir Donald Bradman Drive

The small group of protesters, concerned about rising sea levels, blocked traffic at the intersection of West Terrace and Sir Donald Bradman Drive

South Australia police said the action has now ended.

They have thanked drivers and other road users for their patience.

Adelaide was one of the 110 villages and towns in Australia, where more than 300,000 people took to the streets to take action against climate change.

The capital of South Australia attracted 20,000 visitors, while Sydney and Melbourne brought in 80,000 and 100,000 demonstrators respectively.

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The Global Strike 4 Climate, held Friday around the world, was the largest mobilization of climate in Australia's history, more than double the rise of the March protest.

No arrests or major incidents have been reported, but the police have remained on site to monitor the situation

No arrests or major incidents have been reported, but the police have remained on site to monitor the situation

No arrests or major incidents have been reported, but the police have remained on site to monitor the situation

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