Climate change activists are protesting in Cardiff with a mass cycle ride during the busy rush hour period.
The mass cycle protest started from the Aneurin Bevan statute on Queen Street and took a route around busy Cardiff roads at 5:30pm.
Organisers say the same action is planned for tomorrow.
Protesters and interested members of the public were asked to bring their bikes or use Cardiff Council nextbike's to participate.
In London, Extinction Rebellion groups from Cardiff, Brecon, Abergavenny and South West Wales were among the thousands of people who turned up to protest for climate change.
They took to the streets of the capital, disrupting commuters at Oxford Circus, Parliament Square and Waterloo Bridge.
The group identifies as "an international movement that uses non-violent civil disobedience to achieve radical change in order to minimise the risk of human extinction and ecological collapse".
South Wales Police had officers patrolling Cardiff city centre as the protests took place.
South Wales Police is aware of a planned protests in central Cardiff. Officers will be on duty to facilitate peaceful protest while balancing the needs and rights of the wider community
Those taking part said it was about starting a conversation and having a say in democracy: