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They called for “finally sensible austerity measures” in the environmental and energy crisis, above all 100 km/h on the freeways, as they announced in a broadcast. According to the police, five activists were on site, three were stuck. The area in front of the new town hall will be cleared, the operation was still ongoing in the morning.

“A speed of 100 on the Autobahn costs nothing and saves us 180 million liters of fuel and 460,000 tons of CO2 every year,” activist Jelena Saf criticized the federal government’s hesitation in taking climate action. “Is it really necessary for people to stick to the street so that our right to survive is finally taken seriously? We tried everything else and it didn’t work,” her comrade-in-arms Jacob Ranftl defended the action and called for a climate protection law.

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