A group of bare-chested climate activists covered themselves in the mud outside the Senate building in Rome on May 23, Tuesday, to protest the use of fossil fuels and raise awareness of the risks associated with flooding brought on by climate change.

The activists, who are members of a group of climate change activists Last Generation, said the recent flooding inspired them in northern Italy, which killed at least 14 people and caused widespread damage, according to sources.

They said they wanted to use their protest to send a message to the Italian government and to the world that climate change is a serious and urgent threat.

The activists’ protest attracted a lot of attention from passersby, and many people stopped to take pictures and talk to them about climate change. Some people expressed support for the activists’ message, while others were critical of their methods.

The activists’ protest is just one of many that have been taking place around the world in recent months. As climate change becomes an increasingly urgent issue, more and more people are taking to the streets to demand action from their governments.

It remains to be seen whether the activists’ protest will have any impact on the Italian government’s policies on climate change. However, their actions may have helped to raise awareness of the issue and to put pressure on governments to take action.

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