One Twitter user wrote: "Approx 9,000 people are forced to sleep rough in London due to homelessness - Extinction Rebellion asking for "ready-to-eat vegan food" categorically *not a href="https://talkradio.co.uk/news/pm-labels-extinction-rebellion-protesters-uncooperative-crusties-19100832311" target="_blank" *since the protests kicked off on Monday".
Activists blocked traffic in Berlin, where authorities have said they will refrain from making arrests for the time being.
Police Minister Ryan reportedly wrote to Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee to fast-track the laws, which would see protestors face as many as two years jail if they use "dangerous devices" like drums with concrete and locks that could be used on bridges and roads.
The action is the group's second worldwide demonstration - the first was in April, and saw more than 1,000 people arrested in London.More news: Peebles, Mayor and Queloz win 2019 Nobel Prize for physics
At lunchtime on Monday, another 300 people blocked Berlin's central Potsdamer Platz, placing couches, tables, chairs and flowerpots on the road.
"We all share an interest in climate protection, and the Paris climate targets are our standard in this", Helge Braun, the chief of staff for German Chancellor Angela Merkel, told ZDF television.
The number of people arrested in the first two days of the rebellion, which is scheduled to last a fortnight, is more than 280. "But if you announce risky interventions in road traffic or things like this, of course that is just not on".
"I'm here taking the day off of work and I'm doing an uncomfortable thing to block traffic, which is not in my nature, because if we continue with business as usual, we are going to continue to miss the climate goals that we have". Extinction Rebellion said several protesters were arrested in the Victorian capital.More news: Unprecedented power shutdown coming as winds bring critical fire danger
Among those arrested was 81-year-old Sarah Lasenby, a retired social worker from Oxford.
The protests are targeting the heart of Government, as part of an "international rebellion" around the world, with plans to shut the streets into Westminster including Trafalgar Square and Lambeth Bridge.
In Sydney, hundreds blocked a road before being dispersed, and thirty people were charged.
Roed said police spoke with protest coordinators around 9 p.m., and that the majority of them agreed to pack up.More news: Our bowlers pretty good at reverse swing: Arun
A few hundred other protesters camped out in 40 tents at the gates of Spain's Ministry of Ecological Transition. Activists set up tents in Paris, occupying a major square and blocking traffic along a bridge near city hall. Some were seated, some chained to a barrel.