25 supporters of Animal Rebellion have disrupted the ‘Trooping The Colour’ event as the Queen’s procession made its way towards Buckingham Palace. They are doing so due to the Crown’s inaction on the climate emergency and their continued support for meat, fishing, and dairy, a leading contributor to climate breakdown . The Crown is one of the largest landholders in The UK  and has had decades to transition to plant-based farming and rewilding but has chosen not to. During the opening of the Platinum Jubilee weekend, Animal Rebellion disrupted the royal procession on Pall Mall. This comes after the group dyed the Buckingham Palace fountains red last August . The group are urging for an immediate transition to a plant-based future and rewilding.[…]
We’re not just demanding that Arla go plant-based by 2025, we’re demanding that the government supports companies like Arla by funding a just transition for workers in meat and dairy industries to just and sustainable alternatives.
The march will depart from Smithfield Market and will have a circular route making symbolic stops at Unilever, Cargill and the Marine Stewardship Council
Animal Rights marches in previous years have mobilised thousands of people
This demonstration was organised by the group Animal Rebellion who will be joined by many other animal rights groups and activists