Climate protesters glue themselves to road in Melbourne | 9 News Australia

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Climate protesters have stopped traffic with a few gluing themselves to the road in Melbourne’s CBD. The protesters are pushing for the Federal Government to do more ahead of the climate summit in Glasgow.

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