Young activists descend into Feinstein and Pelosi’s SF houses to demand climate body
A group of young climate activists scattered ashes from wildfires on Representative Nancy Pelosi’s porch in San Francisco on Monday, a final act of civil disobedience at the end of a 266-mile march meant to incite lawmakers to act against climate change.
Pelosi did not appear – nor did Senator Dianne Feinstein when activists stopped by her Pacific Heights mansion earlier in the day – but, if she was at home, the President may have seen the mural. giant mural that the activists left on Normandie Terrace. The 16-foot painting announced the group’s goal: a civilian climate body to fight global warming.