About 100 activists, dressed as animals, held on October 25 a theatrical rally in Vilnius protesting against logging in Lithuania's protected forests.
Dressed as hares, bears, wolves and trees, protesters demanded that tree felling be halted in protected areas. They also demanded launching negotiations on a long-term forestry strategy.
The activists held banners saying “Change the policy, not climate”, “Don’t kill my brother”, “Don’t betray the forest”.
“We want a discussion at...
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