The last generation wants to expand blockade campaigns nationwide from February

The last generation has been protesting for much tougher climate protection measures for a year.

The last generation wants to expand blockade campaigns nationwide from February

The last generation has been protesting for much tougher climate protection measures for a year. It relies primarily on blockades of roads and airports, with activists sticking to the spot. But there were also high-profile protests in ministries, museums and concert halls. Their street blockades have so far mainly taken place in Berlin and Munich, but there have also been actions elsewhere.

The group is highly controversial because of its forms of protest, and in many cases there are investigations and processes, for example due to coercion. At their press conference on Monday, representatives of the Last Generation spoke of several hundred criminal cases. At the same time, they stressed that they would not allow themselves to be diverted from their goals. Their actions have already succeeded in sparking a public discussion.

According to their own estimates, a total of 800 people have taken part in street blockade actions by sticking, spokeswoman Carla Hinrichs said on Monday. There is no exact overview because the last generation has no list of members. The group continues to see inflows.

The group called on the government to convene a "social council" made up of randomly drawn citizens. This is to develop measures with which Germany will reduce CO2 emissions to zero by 2030, the spokespersons said. The government should also undertake beforehand to implement the committee's proposals.

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