But activists camped overnight to ensure blockades continued at Waterloo Bridge, Millbank and Oxford Circus.
Police said that as of 6am there had been 113 arrests in total in connection with the demonstrations.
Extinction Rebellion campaigners were ordered by the Met to confine their protest to Marble Arch after causing widespread disruption on Monday.
Savannah, a protester for Extinction Rebellion, defended the protests and said the group want to start important conversations.More news: Trump to award Tiger Woods Presidential Medal of Freedom
The group is demanding the Government declare a climate and ecological emergency, reduce greenhouse emissions to net zero by 2025 and create a citizen's assembly of members of the public to take charge of decisiobs and address climate change. "You can't just put a load of trees on Waterloo Bridge!"
The campaign cites as inspiration the civil rights and suffragette movements and is backed by hundreds of scientists and academics, including the former archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams. "We are here tonight to declare that we do not wish to be at war".
Extinction Rebellion wrote to Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday outlining their demands and asking for face-to-face talks, warning that they will escalate their disruptive actions over the coming weeks unless the government acts.
The group tweeted: "Day 1 of #InternationalRebellion saw actions in 33 countries, 52 willing arrests in London occupations of #MarbleArch #OxfordCircus #ParliamentSquare #WaterlooBridge #PicadillyCircus, overnight some occupations evicted". This crisis is only going to get worse Prime minister, you can not ignore this crisis any longer.More news: NYC health department threatens to close Brooklyn yeshivas over unvaccinated students
Thousands of people are expected to take to the streets of central London today, blocking the city's busiest roads and bridges to raise the alarm over a mounting climate crisis.
Last night police imposed conditions on the protesters, restricting them to gathering in the area around Marble Arch.
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