Greenpeace activists are to Protest against the planned coal act, the Federal government's withdrawal climbed to the roof of the Reichstag building in Berlin. Below the lettering "to The German people" to have brought you on Friday a large banner with the inscription "A future without coal". About ten people were involved in the action, said Greenpeace campaigner Lisa Göldner. The environmentalists keep a Coal phase-out by no later than 2038 is too late. "The Coal phase-out and he must go faster," said Göldner.
climate activists demonstrated on Friday morning, between the Reichstag building and the Federal Chancellery. They carried signs saying "stop coal!".
the Bundestag and the Bundesrat decide this Friday about one step coal phasing in Germany. In the morning the Bundestag votes first on two Central laws, then the countries of the chamber.
One of the two laws, the structural strengthening of the law decided by the Bundestag on Friday morning. It provides billions in aid to the coal regions in the course of the planned Coal phase-out. With the money of the structural change in the coal regions in North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony-Anhalt, Saxony and Brandenburg, is to be accomplished. Plans are also in assistance for Employees.
Also on the second Central law on a precise timetable for the end of the coal-fired power generation, the Bundestag wanted to in the morning to decide. First of all, a roll-call vote ran over an Amendment by the Greens.
The Opposition in the Bundestag, has criticized the laws of the black-red coalition to Coal phase-out in Germany until by 2038 at the latest hot. Green party leader Anna Lena Baerbock said on Friday in the Bundestag, the exit come much too late. The Federal government departed at crucial Points the concept of the coal Commission. A exit is for reasons of climate protection until 2030 is possible and necessary. The project of the coalition to be forgotten is "the future".
The Green would not agree with the law, to the Coal phase – out- but the act on the structural strengthening, which provides billions in aid to the coal regions. Baerbock the grounds that the Green guides for the employees welcomed.
The Left-energy politicians Lorenz Gösta Beutin said it was a "black day" for the climate. He criticised the planned multi-billion Euro compensation for the operators of coal-fired power plants. The Federal government make a policy for the corporations to break but the Paris climate agreement.
The AfD-Chairman Tino Chrupalla criticized, however, the Federal government has naught to do with the coal exit wilfully industry. The AfD Deputy Steffen Kotré said, in the Lausitz, the lights went out. It was "totally mind-boggling", according to the nuclear power exit from the coal. This could threaten the security of supply.Date Of Update: 03 July 2020, 06:19