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Our environment! Our future! Our resistance!

The climate crisis threatens the existence of mankind! Some tipping points into a global environmental catastrophe have been reached. But what do the rulers do?

The non-binding resolutions of the Climate Conference of Paris 2015 (COP21) were a diversionary manoeuvre, this becomes more and more apparent!

Then followed COP22-25, and now COP26 in Glasgow - but greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise. The earth has a fever!

Coal-, oil- and gas combustion, deforestation, intensive animal farming on land and in the sea, growth at any price, just for profit.

The main causers of the environmental crisis are to be found in banks, corporate headquarters and governments. In order to maintain their power and profits, the destruction of our livelihoods is deliberately accepted.

Humanity can only survive if drastic immediate measures are taken to protect the climate! The emission of CO2, methane and other greenhouse gases must be radically reduced. Immediate Action is needed!

Millions of people around the world are fighting against environmental destruction, and raise their voices.Young people are the front runners. They want a humane, just society, free from exploitation, and without destruction of nature. The Environmental Union (Umweltgewerkschaft), founded in Germany in 2014, is part of the worldwide movement to save "Mother Earth".

We promote the close unity of labor movement and environmental movement worldwide. Let us overcome the division! Only a superior force can rise up against the mighty environmental criminals.

Corporation-wide strikes are a powerful weapon for the penetration of climate protection and jobs at the expense of profits.

Long live international solidarity!

Get in touch with us! www.umweltgewerkschaft.org

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