Climate protection demonstrators continued their sit-ins on the streets of Berlin on Wednesday. In the morning, members of the “Last Generation” group sat down again in several places near the motorway exits in the Berlin city area, as a police spokeswoman confirmed.
There are blockades in five places with a total of around 50 activists, some of whom stuck to the asphalt. Accordingly, traffic jams formed during rush hour.
As of 9 a.m., the spokeswoman reported the A111 connection Kurt-Schumacher-Damm, Holländerstraße corner Marktstraße, Ostseestraße corner Greifswalder Straße, Prenzlauer Promenade corner Granitzstraße and Prenzlauer Promenade corner Pasewalker Straße as affected places.
The “Last Generation” wrote via Twitter in the morning that the demonstrators, for example, held up signs that said “Where is the climate chancellor?” “To this day, the search for decisive, constructive action in the disaster has been characterized by a lack of success,” it said on Twitter.
The climate activists of the “Last Generation” initiative repeatedly cause a stir with street blockades and protest actions. Among other things, they are calling for oil to be saved and far-reaching measures to be taken against ongoing climate change.