Climate Activists Cover French Prime Minister's Residence in Paint

Two climate activists vandalized the residence of French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne in Paris on Wednesday, January 4.

Video by Cerveaux non disponibles shows police personnel carrying two activists away from the Hotel Matignon, the prime minister’s home. Orange paint can be seen on the building’s entrance.

Climate activist group Derniere Renovation (Last Renovation) claimed responsibility for the protest.

The two activists were arrested, according to reports. Credit: Cerveaux non disponibles via Storyful