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Throwing tomato soup on Van Gogh: Why climate protests are getting weirder

5 mins | Oct 22, 2022
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Are their protest tactics helping or harming the planet? From glueing themselves to a Botticelli in Florence to throwing soup at van Gogh's Sunflowers in London, 2022 has seen a series of climate protests targeting art galleries worldwide. But while they're successfully drawing attention to their cause, Shannon Osaka warns that this kind of activism doesn't work to change hearts and minds.

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