Reader's call: Are we still to save?
Millions of people are striking for the climate. Can protest and personal resignation make a difference? Or do we need more radical solutions? Write us.
Many jobs in German offices are likely to remain vacant this Friday. Because it's a general strike. While on other Fridays, especially students demonstrated for climate protection, now working people are called to be there. The protest is part of a worldwide strike action.
In a study by the Pew Research Center, 71 percent of Germans surveyed said they saw climate change as a very serious threat. It is discussed about abandonment, flying ash and plastic ban. However, people fly so much never before, meat is consumed and still too much plastic bought.
What do you think?
We want to know about you: Is humanity still to be saved - and if so, how? Can an international strike day really make a difference? What other measures against climate change are needed now? Can every single person really make a difference - or do we need more radical solutions?
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