A troupe of environmental activists held a demonstration outside the County House in Lifford his week in a plea for climate action.
The Red Rebels brigade is part of Extinction Rebellion and is a street performance group. Their aim is to shine a light on the global environmental crisis.
Regional members travelled to Lifford on Tuesday to hold an artistic demonstration and hand-deliver a letter to Donegal County Council.
The women dressed in red robes with facepaint to symbolise the common blood shared by all people.
The peaceful protest coincided with the COP26 summit on climate change in Glasgow.
Their letter to the council said that the world is “at code red for humanity”. They called for local action to protect the future of our planet.
The brigade is urging Donegal County Council to “move in the right direction” to protect the environment and “to treat nature with the care and respect deserved”.
They wrote: “Unless the Rights of Nature are protected now for future generations, it will be too late to stop the fast destruction of our environment. Without clean air, water and climate conditions, that support plant and animal life, there is no possibility for our children to live well. We therefore call on the Donegal County Council to lead the only way forward and consult in a meaningful way with communities.”