HS2 tunnel protest will be first of many, says activist

Lazer Sandford says subterranean tactics are likely to feature in new wave of climate emergency protestsAn environmental activist who spent 12 days in a tunnel network underneath Euston Square Gardens in central London says the protest is likely to be the first of a new wave against the climate emergency using subterranean tactics.Speaking exclusively to the Guardian in his first interview since leaving the tunnel network on 6 February, Lachlan Sandford, 20, known as Lazer, said the protest to raise awareness about the environmental destruction that activists believe the high-speed rail link HS2 will cause would not be a one-off.… Source – Full Article https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/feb/13/hs2-tunnel-protest-first-many-activist-lazer-sandford