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Fridays for Future demonstration in Ingolstadt: "Traffic transition instead of the end of the world"

2020-09-27T22:38:38.720Z

The corona pandemic has overshadowed a lot in recent months - including the climate crisis. But now there were demonstrations of Fridays for Future again, also in Ingolstadt.



The corona pandemic has overshadowed a lot in recent months - including the climate crisis.

But now there were demonstrations of Fridays for Future again, also in Ingolstadt.

  • The "Fridays for Future" movement has drawn attention again.

  • On Friday (September 25th) there were demonstrations - also in Ingolstadt.

  • Due to the corona there was a strict mask requirement.

Ingolstadt - The

corona pandemic has been

in focus

for over half a year

and has also overshadowed the climate crisis.

On Friday (September 25th) the

Fridays for Future

(FFF)

movement

drew attention again - also in Ingolstadt *.

Fridays for Future demo in Ingolstadt: "Traffic transition instead of the end of the world"

The activists have called for three

rallies

at the same time.

This should avoid

crowds

in pandemic times, as the

Donaukurier

reports.

Despite the cloudy weather, numerous participants have gathered on the

town hall

square.

In front of the

city ​​theater

there were initially significantly fewer.

The small crowd in front of the

Franciscan

Church soon disbanded and joined the protest group in front of the theater, as the

Donaukurier

reported.

The speakers received a lot of applause, numerous banners were held up, including messages with a lot of sarcasm (“Grandma, what's a snowman?”) Or banners that were worded apocalyptically (“The world is on fire”, “

Traffic turnaround instead of the end of the world

”).

Movement Fridays for Future is back with opinionated speeches in Ingolstadt https://t.co/KMIuQTncDZ

- donaukurier.de (@donaukurier) September 25, 2020

Fridays for Future demonstration in Ingolstadt: Corona-related strict mask requirement

The time of the

school strikes

seems to be over, however, because demonstrations took place after the last gong, from 1.30 p.m.

Fridays for Future clearly distinguished itself from the people who demonstrated against the Corona * restrictions.

On Friday there was a strict

mask requirement

- a voluntary measure by the organizers.

All young people and most of the older participants adhered to it, as the

Donaukurier

reports.

Anyone who violates this “is immediately asked to leave”, the

meeting leader Luis Gutierrez

(19)

let

the crowd know and added: “We cannot listen to the scientists about the climate crisis, which is a proven fact, and about the Virus crisis not.

We always stick to

science

! "

Climate demonstration in Ingolstadt: 19-year-old warns of drastic consequences

The 19-year-old warned of the

climate crisis

: "The consequences of a temperature rise of two degrees or more would be fatal," says the 19-year-old.

“You just have to look to Australia *.

“The forests are on fire there.

Or the Antarctic.

She melts.

Another activist takes on the coal lobby, as the Donaukurier reports: “The most inefficient and dirtiest way to generate electricity!

And the world has long ceased to depend on it for technology. ”

According to

this,

Germany's coal-fired power plants

would

emit

200 million tons of CO2

annually, which is 23 percent of German emissions.

A young woman shouts: “Coal, coal, coal!

“And quite a few people are calling back“ Stop, stop, stop! ”

(Came) * Merkur.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital editorial network

You can always read all the news from Ingolstadt and the surrounding area and all of Bavaria with us.

List of rubric lists: © Sven Hoppe / dpa / dpa-Bildfunk

Source: merkur

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