Youth activists have taken the Extinction Rebellion protests to Heathrow on the fifth day of action, demonstrating beside the main roundabout on the road to the airport.
Activists with the Extinction Rebellion group were pictured standing on top of a train at London's Canary Wharf station on Wednesday morning, while another activist on the platform below said he had superglued himself to the door.
Former Met Police Commissioner Lord Stevens told LBC that violent crime in London could rise because police officers are being re-deployed to cover the Extinction Rebellion protests.
Extinction Rebellion is calling on the United Kingdom government to fulfil three demands - to better inform the public about climate change, to make the country carbon neutral by 2025 and to create a citizens assembly model on environmental issues.
A Heathrow spokesman said: "We are working with the authorities to address any threat of protests which could disrupt the airport".
New West End Company, which seeks to protect the interests of firms operating in the centre of London, is now urging London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Metropolitan Police to "take control of the situation" and enable shops, restaurants and their employees to "get back to business".
Cops have been given the green light by the home secretary to use the "full force of the law" against climate change protesters.
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The protesters maintain that governments are not taking climate change seriously enough, and are demanding that a state of "climate and ecological emergency" be declared.
Asked about the protests on the BBC's The One Show, Mr Gove said: "I think it's appropriate for people to make their feelings known, but I also think, we've got the message, we understand that action needs to be taken".
"They're standing for something", said protester Sylvia Alexandra.
Gail Bradbrook of protest group Extinction Rebellion said Thursday that "more people are joining us all the time".
Extinction Rebellion was founded in the United Kingdom previous year and in that time has become one of the world's fastest-growing environmental movements.
Scotland Yard has arrested at least 460 protesters amid ongoing demonstrations across four locations in central London, comprising Waterloo Bridge, Marble Arch, Oxford Circus and Parliament Square.
Britain has lowered net emissions by 42 per cent since 1990, and now aims to cut emissions by 80 percent by 2050.