Some protesters were rowing, while others were sunbathing on the beach with masks on their faces with the faces of the leaders of the summit participants.
A large number of surfers, kayakers and swimmers gathered on the beach in Falmouth for a mass “rowing protest” organized by the “Surfers Against the Sewers” group, which advocates for the protection of the ocean.
At the three-day summit, the leaders of the seven most developed countries in the Carbis Bane resort are discussing global recovery, the fair distribution of vaccines against kovid-19 and climate change.
One of the most famous is the Oxmaf activists, who came to the British resort with masks in the form of caricatures of the leaders of the G7 countries.
Max Lawson said activists want the G7 countries Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States to be more committed to reducing carbon emissions and funding poor countries to adapt to the impacts of climate change.