The artworks were placed in advertising spaces owned by JC Decaux, one of the talks' sponsors

The artworks were placed in advertising spaces owned by JC Decaux, one of the talks’ sponsors

The Brandalism campaign said it was behind the unauthorised artworks.

It said in a statement the aim was to “highlight the links between advertising, consumerism, fossil fuel dependency and climate change”.

The action comes as demonstrations take place around the world to demand action to stop climate change.

Prominent corporate sponsors of the talks have been targeted by the posters, which say that they are “part of the problem”.

Several others feature world leaders, nearly 150 of whom are due to attend the Paris talks.

BBC

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