Local weather change protesters have blocked Waterloo Bridge, sparking site visitors disruption in central London.
Members of marketing campaign group Extinction Insurrection have additionally parked a ship at Oxford Circus, and blocked Marble Arch as a part of a worldwide day of motion.
Yen Chit Chong, from Extinction Insurrection in London, stated: “This is our last best shot at survival.”
Police have suggested individuals travelling into London to permit further journey time. No arrests have been made.
Extinction Insurrection stated protests would proceed all through the week “escalating the creative disruption across the capital day by day”.
The group stated it deliberate to “bring London to a standstill for up to two weeks”, and needed the federal government to take pressing motion to deal with local weather change.
In Parliament Sq., others unfurled banners, held up placards and waved flags as audio system took to the stage.
Protestor Chay Harwood informed the BBC: “We reside in a really sick society for the time being there’s lots of social points and social ills that want curing.
“However for the time being the most important risk we face is the specter of local weather change.”
The Met stated it had “appropriate policing plans” in place for the demonstrations and officers from throughout the drive can be used “to support the public order operation”.
In November, activists blockaded the UK’s power division by chaining themselves collectively on the pavement, resulting in 85 arrests.
Organisers had been encouraging individuals to arrange camp in Hyde Park in a single day into Monday – an offence below Royal Parks laws.
A spokeswoman for The Royal Parks stated Extinction Insurrection had not requested for permission to start the protest within the park and that tenting isn’t allowed.