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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rügen, Lietzow: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. THW and other volunteers collect the carcasses. 10.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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10.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Fish mortality on Rügen January 2022
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Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rügen: Fish mortality in the Little Jasmund Bodden. 9.1.2022 © Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.01.2022
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Clara Mayer
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Clara Mayer is a German climate protection activist. She sued the Volkswagen Group in 2021 for failing to protect the climate. Photographed in front of VW headquarters in Wolfsburg on Dec. 9, 2021. © Daniel Müller/Focus Agentur
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Daniel Müller / Agentur Focus
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09.12.2021
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Greenpeace action on forestry
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Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Montabaur: Greenpeace activists lay out a 50-meter wide ACT NOW sign made of sawdust on a clear-cut area on the Montabaurer Höhe. They demand a fundamental change in forestry. 16.11.2021 © Daniel Müller / Focus Agency
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16.11.2021
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Greenpeace action on forestry
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Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Montabaur: Greenpeace activists lay out a 50-meter wide ACT NOW sign made of sawdust on a clear-cut area on the Montabaurer Höhe. They demand a fundamental change in forestry. 16.11.2021 © Daniel Müller / Focus Agency
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16.11.2021
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Greenpeace action on forestry
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Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Montabaur: Greenpeace activists lay out a 50-meter wide ACT NOW sign made of sawdust on a clear-cut area on the Montabaurer Höhe. They demand a fundamental change in forestry. 16.11.2021 © Daniel Müller / Focus Agency
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16.11.2021
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Greenpeace action on forestry
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Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Montabaur: Greenpeace activists lay out a 50-meter wide ACT NOW sign made of sawdust on a clear-cut area on the Montabaurer Höhe. They demand a fundamental change in forestry. 16.11.2021 © Daniel Müller / Focus Agency
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16.11.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people are demonstrating against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and destroying Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Here: The alliance "Ende Gelände", which has announced civil disobedience actions for the protest day in order to block the coal mining, is stopped by the police at the edge of the coal mine. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Focus Agency
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people are demonstrating against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and destroying Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Here: The alliance "Ende Gelände", which has announced civil disobedience actions for the protest day in order to block the coal mining, is stopped by the police at the edge of the coal mine. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Focus Agency
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people are demonstrating against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and destroying Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Here: The alliance "Ende Gelände", which has announced civil disobedience actions for the protest day in order to block the coal mining, is stopped by the police at the edge of the coal mine. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Focus Agency
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people demonstrated against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and destroying Lützerath - but at the latest until 7.1.2022. Here: the "Ende Gelände" alliance, which had announced civil disobedience actions for the day of protest in order to block coal mining, is stopped by the police at the edge of the coal mine. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Focus Agency
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people are demonstrating against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and destroying Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Here: The "Ende Gelände" alliance, which has announced civil disobedience actions for the day of protest to block coal mining, on its way to the coal mine. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Focus Agency
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people are demonstrating against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and destroying Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Here: The "Ende Gelände" alliance, which has announced civil disobedience actions for the day of protest to block coal mining, on its way to the coal mine. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Focus Agency
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people demonstrated against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and destroying Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Here: The Georg Büchner quote "Peace to the huts! War on the palaces!" on the wall of a vacant house. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Focus Agency
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people demonstrated against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and demolishing Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Agentur Focus
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people demonstrated against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and demolishing Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Agentur Focus
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people demonstrated against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and demolishing Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Agentur Focus
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people demonstrated against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and demolishing Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Here: The protest camp in Lützerath. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Agentur Focus
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31.10.2021
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Protests against lignite
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Lützerath, 31.10.2021 Against expropriation Around 5000 people demonstrated against the expansion of the Garzweiler II opencast lignite mine and the threatened demolition of Lützerath and five other villages in the Rhenish lignite mining region. A broad alliance of organizations had called for the demonstration. The coal company RWE wanted to take control of all the land in the village from 1 November and then demolish it. However, the last farmer in the village, Eckardt Heukamp, is taking legal action before the Münster Higher Administrative Court against his premature expropriation for lignite by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and RWE. RWE therefore informed the Münster Higher Administrative Court a few days ago that it would wait until the court's decision before clearing and demolishing Lützerath - but at the longest until 7.1.2022. Here: The protest camp in Lützerath. Photo: Roland Geisheimer / attenzione / Agentur Focus
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31.10.2021
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Prof. Dr. Gerald Haug, XXVII President of the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - National Academy of Sciences
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Prof. Dr. Gerald Haug (Leopoldina) to the Spiegel interview on 26.10.2021 at the Leopoldina office in Berlin (Unter den Linden 42). Research interests: Climate and humans, paleoclimatology, marine geology, paleo-oceanography. Gerald Haug is a climatologist, geologist and paleo-oceanographer. He researches the development of climate over the last millennia to millions of years. To do this, he examines sediment cores drilled out of the bottom of oceans and lakes. The chemical composition of the different sediment layers provides information about the climatic conditions at the time when the respective layer was deposited. In this way, Haug reconstructs historical climatic conditions and their changes. 26.10.2021, ©Julia Steinigeweg / Focus Agency
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26.10.2021
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Prof. Dr. Gerald Haug, XXVII President of the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - National Academy of Sciences
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Prof. Dr. Gerald Haug (Leopoldina) to the Spiegel interview on 26.10.2021 at the Leopoldina office in Berlin (Unter den Linden 42). Research interests: Climate and humans, paleoclimatology, marine geology, paleo-oceanography. Gerald Haug is a climatologist, geologist and paleo-oceanographer. He researches the development of climate over the last millennia to millions of years. To do this, he examines sediment cores drilled out of the bottom of oceans and lakes. The chemical composition of the different sediment layers provides information about the climatic conditions at the time when the respective layer was deposited. In this way, Haug reconstructs historical climatic conditions and their changes. 26.10.2021, ©Julia Steinigeweg / Focus Agency
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26.10.2021
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Prof. Dr. Gerald Haug, XXVII President of the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - National Academy of Sciences
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Prof. Dr. Gerald Haug (Leopoldina) to the Spiegel interview on 26.10.2021 at the Leopoldina office in Berlin (Unter den Linden 42). Research interests: Climate and humans, paleoclimatology, marine geology, paleo-oceanography. Gerald Haug is a climatologist, geologist and paleo-oceanographer. He researches the development of climate over the last millennia to millions of years. To do this, he examines sediment cores drilled out of the bottom of oceans and lakes. The chemical composition of the different sediment layers provides information about the climatic conditions at the time when the respective layer was deposited. In this way, Haug reconstructs historical climatic conditions and their changes. 26.10.2021, ©Julia Steinigeweg / Focus Agency
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26.10.2021
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Prof. Dr. Gerald Haug, XXVII President of the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - National Academy of Sciences
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Prof. Dr. Gerald Haug (Leopoldina) to the Spiegel interview on 26.10.2021 at the Leopoldina office in Berlin (Unter den Linden 42). Research interests: Climate and humans, paleoclimatology, marine geology, paleo-oceanography. Gerald Haug is a climatologist, geologist and paleo-oceanographer. He researches the development of climate over the last millennia to millions of years. To do this, he examines sediment cores drilled out of the bottom of oceans and lakes. The chemical composition of the different sediment layers provides information about the climatic conditions at the time when the respective layer was deposited. In this way, Haug reconstructs historical climatic conditions and their changes. 26.10.2021, ©Julia Steinigeweg / Focus Agency
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