Climate stickers again blocked the Autobahn entrance in Berlin – "We're sorry for the disruption"
Created: 12/20/2022, 6:48 p.m
By: Martina Lippl
In Berlin too, climate activists from the group “Last Generation” blocked streets again.
This time they glued themselves to the asphalt at a freeway entrance.
Berlin – The protests of the "last generation" in Germany continue.
In Munich, the activists tried to stick themselves to the road at Karlsplatz (Stachus) on Tuesday morning.
In Berlin, the climate demonstrators almost simultaneously paralyzed a driveway to the A100 city highway during rush hour.
"Last generation" climate stickers are again blocking the access to the Autobahn in Berlin
According to the police, eight people were involved in the action at the Beusselstrasse access road to the A100 at around eight o'clock.
Five of them would have stuck to the road on the asphalt.
Around 8.50 a.m. the traffic was released again by the police, reports the
The protesters had previously been detached from the asphalt.
"We know of no other effective means to save us all."
The group "Last Generation" writes about their action on Twitter: "We don't do it lightly.
We are sorry for the disturbance to the people.
We know of no other effective means to save us all.”
Climate activists from the group "Last Generation" have again blocked roads in Berlin.
© Paul Zinken/dpa
"Last generation": That's what climate activists are demanding
The activists of the “Last Generation” have been keeping the police and authorities on their toes for weeks.
It was only at the weekend that around 30 people gathered at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin and blocked traffic.
Your protest is directed against the climate policy of the federal government.
They demand a speed limit (100 km/h) on the autobahn and a nine-euro train ticket for Germany.
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Despite all the criticism, the “Last Generation” continues undeterred with their actions.
Lufthansa and BER Airport want to sue the protest group for damages.
In Munich, the climate stickers should really peel after their action on the Stachus ,
“We don't calm down if we don't try to give everything.
Carrying on like this might kill us,” tweeted the “Last Generation” on Tuesday’s day of action.
Peaceful Christmas times of the future are at stake.
The words of the climate activists continue to sound combative.
Even mockery on the Internet, as recently against a sticky climate sticker, apparently leaves the protesters cold.