12:46 PM: Our tipster directs us to this site. Looks like the plan is to “expose some of San Francisco’s worst climate criminals, demanding that they stop financing climate change and standing in the way of climate solutions…The San Francisco action will target Bank of America.”

Presumably, this is the B of A Building at Pine and Kearney? Hey, if you’re out and you see anything going on, take pictures!

12:15 PM: As long as we’re on the tip, tip, a tipster tells us that a group of about 100 protesters, bearing a banner that reads “Climate Justice Now,” is leaving Justin Herman Plaza and heading down Market Street. No word yet on if traffic is blocked or if the Climate has gotten justice so they’re just going home. (We’re so bad with press releaseless protests!) Still, keep this in mind if you work in the area and are headed out for lunch.

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  • Xenu

    The protesters should head to North Carolina, since BofA is based there.

  • Xenu

    The protesters should head to North Carolina, since BofA is based there.