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Extinction Rebellion protest outside BlackRock offices in London over Amazon fires

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Extinction Rebellion protest outside BlackRock offices in London over Amazon fires

Extinction Rebellion protest outside BlackRock offices in London over Amazon fires

Extinction Rebellion activists protest outside offices in London against deforestation in the Amazon.

Activists from Extinction Rebellion climate change group protest outside the offices of asset manager BlackRock in the City of London.

BlackRock is the world’s top investor in deforestation and coal, the top US investor in oil & gas, and one of the world’s largest asset managers, controlling more funds than the GDP of Japan.

The clip filmed was filmed today (November 15).

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