Swedish climate protection activist demonstrates in Berlin
Greta Thunberg has come to the climate strike in Berlin – according to the “Fridays for Future” movement with a good 100,000 other supporters.
Shortly before the federal election, climate protection activist Greta Thunberg (18) protested together with thousands of people in Berlin and spoke in front of the Reichstag building. “It’s been a long time since I’ve seen so many people”, explained the young Swede according to “Tagesspiegel”. Many people would have to “promote change” in order for it to come.
Around 100,000 participants in Berlin
The police initially spoke of around 12,000 people on site, during the “Fridays for Future” movement There are 100,000 demo participants. According to the program, the rapper Nura (32) and her colleague Clueso (41) performed. Pictures from the big demo show the young Swede at the forefront. The well-known German climate protection activist Luisa Neubauer (25) was also there. “The greatest climate movement of mankind” was created and “history was made,” she said, according to “Tagesspiegel”.
Countless people took to the streets again on Friday to protest for climate protection. The “Fridays for Future” movement called for a global climate strike on September 24th. “In Germany and around the world we take to the streets for a fair and consistent climate policy. For this we need your support”, it said in the announcement among other things.