ACTIVISTS staged a faux crime scene at Boscombe Pier to press for motion on local weather change.
Extinction Riot members wore hazmat fits and positioned a faux oil rig and oil spill on the sand.
In addition they connected an enormous banner to the aspect of Boscombe pier which learn: “Sufficient speak, local weather motion now.”
Later within the day the motion moved to the Bournemouth places of work of JP Morgan Chase, the world’s largest fossil gasoline lender, the place the theatrical protest continued and the entrance entrance was sealed off with crime scene tape. 
In line with Extinction Riot, the inventive actions had been designed to “highlight the links between Big Oil, Big Money, politics and the climate and ecological catastrophe that is unfolding around us”.
Justine Marley from Bournemouth stated: “Our city is surrounded on all sides by oil drilling proposals and initiatives, when the world doesn’t want any extra oil as we are able to’t afford to burn what we have already got.
“To keep away from catastrophic local weather change, oil and fuel firms want to chop manufacturing, banks must cease lending on fossil gasoline initiatives and authorities must cease subsidising fossil fuels.”
Amanda Dilworth, a small enterprise proprietor from Poole stated: “Oil firms have identified about local weather change for 30 years and have engaged in felony exercise to cover the reality from us. They’ve funded local weather denial and lobbied exhausting towards carbon rules.”