Greenpeace activists blocked Downing Street with a statue of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, covered with oil, in protest against the development of oil fields, Greenpeace said in a statement.

The organization notes that dependence on fossil fuels causes deadly floods and abnormal heat, rising gas prices and queues at gas stations, and calls for abandoning fossil fuels and switching to renewable energy sources.

“Johnson stated that he supports 16 new oil and gas projects in the North Sea, including Cambo. They can be approved at any time. It’s time to end our excessive dependence on fossil fuels,” Greenpeace said.

“Greenpeace activists blocked Downing Street with an oil-covered statue of Prime Minister Boris Johnson. This will be the legacy of the Prime Minister if he does not stop Cambo and does not support the transition (to green energy),” the message says.