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Climate activists from the group Letzte Generation (Last Generation) hold up commuter traffic on a Monday morning in Berlin by supergluing themselves to the road. Police unstick their hands using cooking oil and a pastry brush while irate drivers look on, stuck for more than an hour. Esme Nicholson/NPR hide caption

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Family members of farmer Dattu Narayan Shewal, who committed suicide after a hailstorm hit his village in Marathwada, India, in 2014. Farmers there were planting single cash crops, so a climate-related disaster would wipe out their livelihoods and leave them unable to buy food. Swayam Shikshan Prayog would seek out their families, particularly the women, and help them get back on their feet. Mint/Sneha Srivastava/Mint via Getty Images hide caption

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Five Just Stop Oil activists spray paint the wall and glue themselves to the frame of the painting The Last Supper on Tuesday at the Royal Academy in London. Kristian Buus/In Pictures via Getty Images hide caption

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Climate activists "set fire" to George Square, Glasgow, with an art installation creating a field of climate fire to welcome world leaders to Glasgow for the COP26 conference. Andrew Milligan/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption

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Luisa-Marie Neubauer of Fridays for Future takes part in a demonstration in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on June 2. The protest took place while government leaders discussed economic stimulus and other strategies in the fight against the coronavirus. Kay Nietfeld/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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