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Why Extinction Rebellion dropped a sinking house in the River Thames

Mashable Monday, 11 November 2019
Climate protest group Extinction Rebellion floated a miniature house on the River Thames to draw attention to rising sea levels caused by climate change

The protest was staged early Sunday, close to Tower Bridge, London.  

An Extinction Rebellion statement called Monday's "Our House is Flooding" protest "yet another...
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Extinction Rebellion activists have sailed a house down the river Thames in a bid to draw attention to rising sea levels.

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