Hamburg: for an indefinite period of time : climate activists protest building camp in Hamburg

"We now for the time being, to the climate camp, because the policy leaves no other choice. For over one and a half years, we are a week on the road for a year

Hamburg: for an indefinite period of time : climate activists protest building camp in Hamburg

"We now for the time being, to the climate camp, because the policy leaves no other choice. For over one and a half years, we are a week on the road for a year now, we have concrete claims to the Hamburger's policy. And nothing is happening. They are forcing us literally to be even more vehement and indignant," says Dalila Nouame, spokeswoman of the "Fridays for Future" in Hamburg.

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In the center to create the climate activists now have a permanent place to stay, with tents and pavilions, in the "debated, and protesting" can be learned. The Whole should run, "corona-compliant" and would take action due to the prescribed safety precautions very carefully. An end date for the Camp has not for the time being, and is intended to illustrate, according to the local branch of the "Fridays For Future"claims again.

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This focus on three thematic fields: energy, transport and urban development. It is expected of the Hamburg-based policy, on the basis of these objectives, effective measures to combat the climate crisis are to be developed. The Hamburg Senate drafted a climate plan the climate movement sees as inadequate, it would not meet the objectives of the Paris climate agreement available.

"running out of time, and the Senate must finally understand what is at stake. If we are to have a Chance at a better life and future, you must Hamburg be no later than 2035 in a climate-neutral. A year ago, we were in the environmental Committee and presented with scientists from our accounts receivable, on which there was, until today, of the policy, no meaningful responses. We hope that this will change by our Protest here at the climate camp,” says Florian König, the Chairman of Fridays for the Future of Hamburg.

This article was written by Pauline Grater

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Updated Date: 14 August 2020, 10:28

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