After the color campaign: last generation of climate activists arrested.
Berlin. At around 10.30:XNUMX a.m., five young orange-colored women had theirs Demand for a food-saving law painted at the Federal Chancellery.
The members of the climate group “Last Generation” have now been arrested by the Berlin police.
"We demand an end to food waste – immediately. This is overdue in times of climate emergency. We can stop the big waste. Our survival is threatened by business as usual,” says a press release from the last generation.
The paint was removed after just one hour and in the presence of the climate activists. Nevertheless, the Berlin police accused the activists of damaging property and expelled them.
After they wanted to continue their protest against the new federal government's inadequate plans for dealing with the climate crisis, they were arrested.
All five women are sitting in solitary cells in Berlin-Tempelhof. A judge will now decide whether they will remain in custody.