Yesterday, in Rome, Italy, a city that’s been inhabited since 1000 B.C., climate terrorists dumped charcoal into Rome’s beloved Trevi Fountain, which was built in 1792.
Climate activists turned the water black in Rome’s iconic Trevi fountain with charcoal, which could do permanent damage to the stone. According to Rome’s mayor, the city will need to use at least 300,000 liters of water to clean up the mess.pic.twitter.com/EYntqJMFq4
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) May 22, 2023
Nine activists poured vegetable coal into the Trevi Fountain today. Thanks to the timely intervention of the local Rome Capital Police they were stopped immediately and were able to pour only two of the many jars they had with them. In any case, a complex cleaning operation will be necessary that will cost a lot of work, will engage public resources and will result in a waste of 300 thousand liters of water to empty and fill