Trevi Fountain water turns black in Rome climate protest

Climate activists in Rome turned the legendary Trevi Fountain waters black on Sunday (May 21) to protest against "government subsidies of fossil fuel" , as they say on their website.Holding banners reading "We won't pay for fossil (fuels)," members of the "Ultima Generazione" (Last Generation) poured what they said was vegetable 'charcoal' into the fountain, at the bottom of the city's Spanish steps, shouting "our country is dying".Police removed the activists from the water in front of a group of Romans and visitors."Ultima Generazione" have organised several acts of civil disobedience in Italy and sprayed some works of art and blocked some highways.Ultima Generazione