More Than 100 Protesters Arrested in New York City While Calling on the Federal Reserve to End Fossil Fuel Financing

In a mass act of civil disobedience, activists blocked the entrance to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to urge financial regulators to take action on the climate crisis.

NEW YORK — In one of the largest acts of civil disobedience to protest climate change in New York in a decade, more than 100 climate protesters were arrested on Monday after blockading the entrances to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where they called on financial regulators to curb fossil fuel financing.