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Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace hold climate change procession at Glastonbury

The procession formed a human hourglass sculpture...

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Glastonbury attendees joined forces with Extinction Rebellion and Greenpeace for a climate change march yesterday.

Meeting at the festival’s Park stage, the procession marched to the Stone Circle, where they formed a human sculpture of an hourglass, symbolising the limited time left for our planet.

This year’s Glastonbury encouraged eco-friendly and biodegradable materials, completely banning plastics across the festival.

Earlier this month Radiohead released 18 hours of unheard material with all proceeds from sales donated to Extinction Rebellion.

Massive Attack's 3D performed at Extinction Rebellion's London protest in April this year.