While the SPD, Greens and FDP are negotiating a new government in Berlin, RWE wants to create facts and destroy the village of Lützerath at the Garzweiler opencast lignite mine.
While the SPD, Greens and FDP are negotiating a new government in Berlin, RWE wants to create facts and destroy the village of Lützerath at the Garzweiler open-cast lignite mine. The demolition excavators could approach at any time! But before Lützerath the 1,5 degree limit runs - this has been proven by the German Institute for Economic Research.
The energy company RWE wants to destroy the village of Lützerath in order to expand the Garzweiler open-cast lignite mine. The demolition excavators have been able to approach at any time since October. Five other villages in the open pit are threatened. If Lützerath were gone, the coal company's excavators could dig for miles into the landscape - for hundreds of millions of tons of additional lignite from the Garzweiler opencast mine. This project is a debacle for the ongoing global warming: If the coal is burned under the Garzweiler villages, the Paris climate targets for Germany cannot be met. The 1,5 degree limit runs in front of Lützerath - this has been proven by a study by the German Institute for Economic Research.
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