London olympics 2012 gold winning ex-paddle, Etienne Stott was arrested on Sunday in London, where Elokapina movement organised a demonstration. The report, among others, the BBC.
Stottista spread Sunday evening image, where two or three police officers carry him away from the demonstration.
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Elokapina-the move is according to the BBC, the three main objectives. It wants that the British government ”to tell the truth about climate change”, to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025 and form a citizens group to oversee the process.
the Business also strives to get as many people as possible arrested. According to the BBC, the demonstrations have been arrested 1 065 people.Etienne Stott reached his career peak in 2012. AOP
the Police were carrying Stottin off the Waterloo bridge, where the olympic champion was sitting in the street. Stott had cried to the ecological crisis and have been the talk of the bus stop roof while sitting.
the Ex-athlete was let out of jail early Monday morning. He does not regret his arrest.
I Sense that this is a big moment, Stott told the BBC.
I'm pretty terrified for our society and our civilization from view, if we don't act on climate change.
Stott said he was in a privileged position, because he is the olympic champion. Stottin believes that his position brings with it responsibility.
I Take full responsibility for ensuring that the interference and the load and the difficulties that people have caused.Demonstrators settled down to Waterloo bridge. AOP
the british champion to justify the arrest that led to act as if climate change is not controlled, the front is a complete disaster.
– we Talk about the fact that people do not have food or water. Their life is miserable, therefore, and our children's future is threatened.
Elokapina movement and has been criticized in Britain for the fact that it employs already pre-loaded the police.
Business to arrange the climate protests in many countries.
the International panel on climate change IPCC autumn release, according to the report people reached by the 1.5 degrees of warming is reached around the year 2040. The paris climate agreement in 2015, nearly 200 countries agreed to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees celsius above pre-industrial levels.
according to the IPCC, Paris climate agreement committed states to the promises do not currently sufficient to achieve that goal.Video: university of Helsinki professor Markku Oliikainen tell me what the IPCC climate report worries.