In a post by the group, activists appear glued to the ground in the Porsche pavilion during the segment’s event in Wolfsburg, Germany. According to a publication on a social network, the original plan was to remain in the position until Oliver Blume, CEO of the automaker, spoke to them. According to a statement from the organization, 15 people participated in the total demonstration, nine of them glued to the ground. On Thursday morning (20.10), a new post detailed that the group had been in the position for almost a day (below).
“We do this because we live in an emergency. [climática] and we need to act accordingly”, comments another publication in detail. For the meeting with the CEO, they planned to request a “speed limit for 100 km/h cars in Germany, which would immediately reduce emissions of harmful gases to the environment. by 5.4 million tons annually”, the group details in a post.
The group is formed by a network of scientists and supporters from different backgrounds who organize themselves to act in favor of the environment in the face of emergency issues related to climate change.
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