A flash mob made up of activists dressed as fruit, vegetables and plants will gather in Bristol this afternoon to raise awareness of the impact of animal agriculture on climate change.
The activists will be performing a dance outside the Council House to help launch the ‘Plant Based Treaty’ which will see them join over 100 cities across the globe in helping combat climate change.
The gathering has gained support from a number of local figures including author and animal rights activist Juliet Gellatley, Deputy Lord Mayor of Bristol, Andrew Varney and local councillors Philippa Hulme and Mohamed Makawi.
The “Plant Based Treaty” begins today.
Updates can be found below in the live blog.