Call to action: VW must stop further development of combustion engines
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Greenpeace assured in a statement that the stickers in DIN A3 format are eco-friendly and can be removed without leaving any residue. In an open letter to VW boss Herbert Diess, activists demanded that development of the next generation of combustion engines be halted.
FFF cycles through Nuremberg: activists draw attention to potential consequences of FSW expansion
On Friday afternoon, there was a cycling demonstration through Nuremberg by the Nuremberg local group Fridays for the Future. The reason for this is the possible consequences of the expansion of the Frankenschnellweg without a crossing. The current construction work is seen as the trigger here, causing considerable traffic jams, noise and annoyance.
According to Greenpeace traffic expert Wolfram Leonhart, some electric cars could not hide the fact that the company was “ruthlessly” continuing to develop and sell combustion engines.
Greenpeace: Action against cheap meat
The organization claims that VW vehicles alone are responsible for more than one percent of global greenhouse gases.
Climate Justice, Transport Turnaround and Feminism: A Worldwide Demo from Friday for the Future
All over the world, people take to the streets and perform as part of the Friday for Future movement. Your concerns: climate justice, traffic change, feminism and system change. It also draws attention at rallies in several German cities, including Munich, Berlin, Leipzig, Hamburg and Cologne.
When switching to climate-friendly mobility, Greenpeace sees car dealers playing an important role: Through their mentorship, they can make a big impact on the type of drive that customers rely on. However, test talks by Greenpeace activists showed that the majority of sales staff still recommend combustion engines.