PoliticsDemos for climate: "Get started and act"

Demos for climate: “Get started and act”

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Tens of thousands of people are following the call for “Fridays for the Future” and demonstrating for greater climate protection. An important requirement: more investment in renewable energies.


Under the slogan “People for profit”, tens of thousands of people demonstrated in many German cities for greater climate protection. On Friday, predominantly young demonstrators followed the Fridays For Future movement’s call for a global climate strike.

In Berlin, a rally was held in Invalidenpark, near the government district, where police said more than 20,000 people had gathered. Thousands of people also attended the rallies in Hamburg and other cities.

Activist Neubauer: Get started and act

Fridays for Future activist Luisa Neubauer said at the rally in Berlin: “Anyone who thinks there is no way out, only despair.” And Beyond:

If you know there is another way, you can start and take action. We have the information, let’s get started.

Activist Luisa Neubauer

The climate protection movement has accused industrialized countries of the ongoing crackdown on developing countries. “Colonialism is at the root of the climate crisis,” Neubauer said.

Countries most affected by climate change, such as Pakistan, Argentina and Sri Lanka, have in common that they are at high risk of being overwhelmed by debt. Debt is the driving force behind the depletion of fossil fuels.

More renewables instead of “risk technology”

Demonstrations around the world have also strengthened demands for a massively accelerated expansion of renewable energies and cheap public transport. In addition, the movement calls for compensation payments to countries of the Global South, particularly those affected by the consequences of climate change.

Noting that with the rapid expansion of renewable energies, it could send a signal that the federal government is dealing with the causes of the crisis rather than risky technology, the move reacted to a tweet recommended by Federal Finance Minister Christian Lindner on Twitter. The use of nuclear energy due to high energy prices, which is described as a way to lighten the load.

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